1. All Indie Writers (www.allindiewriters.com)
All Indie Writers is the perfect resource for writers wanting to build a successful career. Author, blogger and freelance writer Jennifer Mattern has curated a website that provides tips, advice and resources. This useful information helps indie publishers, freelance writers and bloggers work their way up in the publishing arena.
2. Advice to Writers (www.advicetowriters.com)
Advice to Writers is a comprehensive collection of “words of wisdom” from past and present authors that readers can receive daily via email. It helps motivate struggling authors to keep persevering despite the challenges. The site also provides tips and ideas that any burgeoning author will find useful in their efforts to succeed.
3. Young Writers Society (www.youngwriterssociety.com)
Formed in 2004, the Young Writers Society is another of many useful websites for writers with dreams to succeed in the publishing industry. Providing a platform through which individuals can grow as creators and writers, the Young Writers Society is a community within which aspiring authors can share opinions and have their own content evaluated by a varied collection of minds.
4. Live Write Thrive (www.livewritethrive.com)
Author and editor C.S. Larkin’s site Live Write Thrive offers manuscript critiques to aspiring authors who desperately want to get published. Live Write Thrive is a safe haven for aspiring authors looking for guidance and support. The website offers a myriad of resources, tips, guest posts and online courses from a group of respected professionals in the industry.
5) Daily Writing Tips (www.dailywritingtips.com)
The Daily Writing Tips is one of the helpful websites for writers that does exactly what it sounds like. Here, you can pull out articles on every writing topic you can imagine such as information about grammar, spelling, and vocabulary. No matter how long you’ve been a writer, there are still new things to learn about the technical craft of English writing.
6. Fantasy Author’s Handbook (www.fantasyhandbook.wordpress.com)
The Fantasy Author’s Handbook is a blog maintained by author/editor Philip Athans. He uses this platform to spread the wisdom he has garnered as an experienced fantasy and science fiction author. He provides advice, tips and guidance to aspiring authors wanting to make a name for themselves in the publishing industry. The entertaining and inspiring posts on this blog will compel you to think about your approach to writing in a different way.
7. Fiction University (www.blog.janicehardy.com)
A lot of websites for writers are simply content that regurgitate information and advice that most writers might find useful, especially if they want to break into the publishing industry. Through Fiction University, Janice Hardy teaches writers how to apply all this information and advice to their work. From this resource, you can expect to find writing, editing and publishing tips as well as the best way to plan a novel.
8. Procrastiwriter (www.theproscrastiwriter.com)
Procrastiwriter is the perfect resource for every writer that has been procrastinating for so long that they do not know how to begin working. Shanan Haislip’s posts are motivational and informative. Not only will they impel dormant authors to begin putting words on paper, but you will receive useful tips on improving your craft.
9. The Creative Penn (www.thecreativepenn.com)
The Creative Penn is the brainchild of bestselling thriller author Joanna Penn who shares her stories of success and struggles in the self-publishing industry. Through her website for writers, aspiring authors are treated to over 1,000 articles and over 100 hours of audio on topics ranging from writing, publishing and book marketing.
10. Writer’s Digest (www.writersdigest.com)
More than your average blog, the Writer’s Digest is a writer’s resource haven. Functioning like a virtual mini mall, the Writer’s Digest offers information on the hottest contests, boot camps, workshops and seminars from around the web. The site also features a huge collection of writing articles categorized by genre, goal and writing level.
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