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Top 25 Websites for Writers 2016

Top 25 Websites for Writers 2016 @writers_authors


As the year is coming to an end I thought it would be a good idea to round up some of the best websites for writers. The following sites are not listed in any particular order. 

1) A Writers Path

Post you'll like: Word Count: The Non-Rule Rule
https://ryanlanz.com/2016/11/16/word-count-the-non-rule-rule/

2) Digital Book World

Post you'll like: 6 Tips for Authors to Create Engaging Library Programs

3) Writers in the Storm

Post you'll like: Creating an Author Brand When You Write Multiple Genres

4) Writer Unboxed

Post you'll like: Doing Diversity Right 

5) Better Novel Project

Post you'll like: How to Take Charge of Your Novel’s Symbolism

6) Jane Friedman

Post you'll like: Marketing and Publishing Checklists for Writers

7) The Write Life

Post you'll like: 4 Savvy Ways to Smash Average Book Sales

8) Tara Lazar

Post you'll like: How to Become a Children’s Author
https://taralazar.com/2012/02/26/how-to-become-a-childrens-author/

9) The Book Designer

Post you'll like: Can Social Media Really Sell Your Books?

10) Writers Helping Writers

Post you'll like: 11 Novelist-Tested Ways to Defeat Writer’s Block

11) Warrior Writers

Post you'll like: How to Write Endings that WOW

12) All Indie Writers

Post you'll like: How I Use Task Batching to be a More Productive Writer

13) Janice Hardy's Fiction University

Post you'll like: Query Me This: How To Write A Query

14) Now Novel

Post you'll like: How to write dialogue in a story: 7 steps for great exchanges

15) Positive Writer

Post you'll like: You're Better at Selling Your Writing Than You Think (Tips That Work!)
http://positivewriter.com/selling-your-writing/

16) Rachelle Gardner

Post you'll like: That All Important First Line
http://www.rachellegardner.com/that-all-important-first-line/

17) JA Konrath

Post you'll like: How To Make Money On EBooks
http://jakonrath.blogspot.it/2010/07/how-to-make-money-on-ebooks.html

18) Jenny Bravo Books

Post you'll like: Writing a Sequel
http://jennybravobooks.com/blog/writing-a-sequel

19) She Writes

Post you'll like: Confessions of a Book Editor
http://www.shewrites.com/profiles/blogs/confessions-of-a-book-editor

20) Write to Done

Post you'll like: How to Plot a Story (Even If Plotting Scares You Silly): 7 Sure-Fire Ways
http://writetodone.com/how-to-plot-a-story/

21) Live Write Thrive

Post you'll like: 4 Ways to Subtly and Tastefully Present Theme in Your Novel
http://www.livewritethrive.com/2016/11/09/4-ways-to-subtly-and-tastefully-present-theme-in-your-novel/

22) The Write Practice

Post you'll like: Ten Secrets To Write Better Stories
http://thewritepractice.com/write-story/

23) Pen and Prosper

Post you'll like: Anthologies, Anyone? The Ultimate Guide to Breaking in and Getting Your Story Told
http://penandprosper.blogspot.it/2013/11/anthologies-anyone-ultimate-guide-to.html

24) Beyond Your Blog

Post you'll like: 3 Ways to market Your Book Like A Professional
http://www.beyondyourblog.com/3-ways-to-market-your-book-like-a-professional/

25) The Creative Penn

Post you'll like:7 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Author Blog And How To Fix Them
http://www.thecreativepenn.com/2016/01/21/author-blog-mistakes/

Congrats to everyone who made the list, and thank you for creating such awesome resources for writer an authors.

Top 25 Websites for Writers 2016 @writers_authors


If you'd like to suggest a website that isn't listed here for next years list please post the link in the comments section below.

11 comments:

  1. Thank you for including Writers in the Storm! We're thrilled!

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    1. You're welcome Laura. You have some great articles on site. Looking forward to reading more of them :)

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  2. Thank you, Jo! What a terrific list for every type of writer.

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  3. Thank you, Jo. What a wonderful way to end the year. Very excited here! :-)

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  4. Congratulations Jennifer. What a way to end the year! Continued success to you, and many others on the list; quite a few I recognize and am great fans of.

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  5. Thanks so much for including Beyond Your Blog!

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