From Adults to Teens and Everything In Between

From Adults to Teens and Everything In Between

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

More Online Resources

Last week Colleen shared some of the online resources that she uses and I want to continue that theme this week. These links are about the basic, nuts and bolts of writing. I don't know about you, but when I'm stuck in the hell of writers block, I start back at the beginning. Many times, reading about the basics of writing will un-stick my brain and let me get back to business.

Writing World - giant resource of how-to writing articles

Caro Clark -  this author wrote a series of articles for the online publication NovelAdvice

Randy Ingermanson - a physicist and author with a unique voice and lots of information. He has a second page called the snowflake method which showcases his writing method.

Brenda Coulter - she is a romance author and therefore her tips are skewed toward the genre, but I think there is something here for everyone

Writing Tips article - this article is long but has some good advice

Wild Rose Press - a publisher of romance but the writing articles could be for any genre

Liz Fielding - a romance author with some great tips

and, if you are still stuck - or if you are more of a visual person - take a look at this page.

Inspiring pictures - you are guaranteed to find something here that will inspire your writing

What are your online resources? Websites? Blogs? References? Tell us why you like it and how it's helped you. Don't forget to add a link.


  1. What great resources, thanks for sharing. I came over from Beth's blog and am happy I did.

  2. Welcome Diane J! We are really happy you've joined us.

  3. The blog that Diane J. references is located at:

  4. Michele, thank you, thank you, thank you! What a great list of resources!


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