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151 Great Writing Websites



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August 09, 2014

151 Great Writing Websites

If you are a writer or a teacher of writing, take a look at this website. It is a index of writing and publishing resources that you can use whether you are an experienced writer or...



...a beginner, or if you even just have the fantasy of writing.

The website is here - http://www.nownovel.com/blog/151-important-novel-writing-resources/?utm_content=buffer8170c&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer.

If you look at this site, you will see all kinds of sources for workshops, editing, writing screenplays, finding an agent and almost everything else you didn't know that you need to know about writing.

Here's just a few examples of what you can see on this website; http://www.shewrites.com/ - a blog with a focus on developing female writers, http://www.writersfm.com/writersfm/ - an online radio station with a focus on writers and writing, and don't neglect http://writingwhilethericeboils.blogspot.com/ with a primary focus on those of us who do other things, like cook rice, as we attempt to write.

There are hundreds of related links within most of these sites, so take a look and let us know which ones work best for you.



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