Blogs for Writers

Lately I’ve been doing more reading than writing, and I have discovered writing Blogs, Blogs posted by writers, and Web pages designed to help writers. They are fascinating and truly helpful. I probably spend too much time reading them, but I’m going to post some links here to help my Blog readers who are writers or who like to read books–that’s about all of you, I think.

If your passion is writing, then write--anywhere, any time.

If your passion is writing, then write–anywhere,   any time.

Please look at: http://www.murderlab.com/  Besides helpful articles for mystery writers on the Site, Kristen Elise has also posted links to other authors’ Sites.

Also: http://www.kristenelisephd.com/ is the Web Page for Kristen Elise’s new book, The Vesuvius Isotope.

http://harveystanbrough.com/blog/ Scroll through this Blog and find good information for writers and also some useful hints about how to use  Word 10 more effectively.

http://bookmarketingbuzzblog.blogspot.com/ Good posts about how to market your book.

http://writerunboxed.com/ Back to basics. How to write good fiction.

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About Joyce Ann Brown

Freelance writer retired from a long career as a library media specialist, adventurer, reader, lover of all things spunky. Besides hiking K.C. trails weekly, I currently write for publications and write cozy mysteries. Find Catastrophic Connections and Furtive Investigation on Amazon.
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One Response to Blogs for Writers

  1. arranbhansal says:

    Very useful thank you.
    Arran

    Like

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