Need help writing?
That’s a stupid question. Of course you need help writing.
Any writer who does not freely admit this is an ass-hat and probably isn’t worth reading.
Even the well-known professionals tell us that writing doesn’t come easily.
But where to turn?
I’m obviously no professional, so take my advice with a grain of salt.
In my wanderings I have found a handful of really, really helpful and motivating sites which specialize in setting writers on the right path.
I hope you find them useful, too.
- Jami Gold – @JamiGold – via her blog.
- Kristen Lamb – @KristenLambTX – via her blog.
- K.M. Weiland – @KMWeiland – via her blog Helping Writers Become Authors.
- Bryan Hutchinson – @ADDerWORLD – via his blog Positive Writer.
- Larry Brooks – @storyfix – via his blog Story Fix.
- Janice Hardy – @Janice_Hardy – via her blog Fiction University.
- Anne R. Allen – @annerallen – and Ruth Harris – @RuthHarrisBooks – via their blog.
- Moody Writing – @mooderino – via the blog.
- Bridget McNulty – @nownovel – via her blog Now Novel.
- Rachelle Gardner – @RachelleGardner – via her blog.
- The Blood-Red Pencil via the blog.
- Sarah Allen – @SarahAllenBooks – via her blog From Sarah with Joy.
In addition to these blogs, I follow several writerly individuals on Twitter – see my Writing Twitter List HERE.
I also read several writerly blogs via BlogLovin’ – follow my BlogLovin’ profile here.
What sites would you add to this list?
- Do you read blogs to gain writing know-how?
- Where else do you turn when you need help writing?
- What is your favorite source for tips on writing?