Time has become a rare resource lately, but I didn’t want to leave ya’ll missing me for too long.
So today I’ll be disclosing a few worthy tools to help with your writing!
Google Ngram Viewer: I’m totally in love with this. Write two expressions (separated by a comma) and Google will show you how often each has been used in books since 1800. SO FREAKING AWESOME!
Google + Groups: I joined a bunch of groups in Google + (Writer’s Corner, Fantasy Writing, Writer’s Discussion Group, Sci-fi Writers,
yeah I totally write Sci-fi, in case you didn’t know) There’s a group for everything, and people are usually super responsive and mega supportive.
Scribophile: This is an online critiquing group, and I quite enjoyed it. Critique other people’s works and you earn points. Earn enough points and you can post your work for critiques. It’s a great way to get different perspectives on your manuscript.
Agentqueryconnet: How come you still don’t know about this? No, you know what, don’t. Just head over there, register and start posting on the forums. Seriously, just go.
The Creative Penn: Jo’s website is PACKED with useful information for writers and I mean seriously packed; as in you will get lost and only find your way out three weeks later and you’ll be growing a beard and be all like WTF, I thought I was a girl. Did I mention the courses? Yeah, go follow her like right now.
Anne R Allen’s blog: I know comparing Anne to Mother Theresa is wrong, but I’m gonna do it anyway. Her posts have THE best information for writers in the biz. Seriously, I file every post I receive in my inbox (I subscribed to her newsletter) in my Anne R. Allen folder. Her blog is a fantastic source of information for FREE people. For effing FREE.
That’s it for today peeps, and don’t forget: if you liked this post, please do share it. The post is really needy and kind of an attention whore, but don’t tell the post I just said this.
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