All writers, whether aspiring or experienced, need an occasional lift from other experts to propel us into action.
Below are my top ten pit-stops, when my writing resources are flagging, and I need something to jettison me back on track. Online writing sites provide quick and easy help for writers who feel like they’re falling behind the pack.
10. CLASSeminars — This is where I started learning about serious writing.
9. Writer’s Digest — The premiere in all things writing.
8. Christian Writer’s Guild — Professional, polished, and connected. This group is a must have if you want to know what’s going on in the writing world.
7. The StoryWriting Studio — I may be a bit biased, but the information flowing on this site is top-notch.
6. First 50 Words — A quick cup of writing to get you started.
5. Grammar Girl — Answers the difficult questions about punctuation, word choice, style, and more.
4. National Novel Writing Month — Not just for November anymore. This site encourages you to get words on the page — fast.
3. Michael Hyatt’s Blog — Chairman of the Board for Thomas Nelson Publishing, former literary agent, and current best-selling author, Michael earned his chops as an authority on all things writing.
2. Daily Writing Tips — Everyday helpful hints for the everyday writer.
1. WordServe Water Cooler — A community of agented authors share encouragement, engagement, and enrichment to others on the writing journey.
Who inspires you to keep writing?
Anita Agers-Brooks is a Business Coach, Certified Personality Trainer, Productivity Specialist, Certified Team Training Facilitator, Marketing Specialist, national speaker, and author. She lives in Missouri with her husband Ricky.
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