If you’re like me, you could spend hours procrastinating by surfing the web. There’s so much great stuff out there to improve your craft, research that difficult-to-find subject matter, call forth one’s muse, find inspiration from others’ work! Yes, that amazing Internet can help with just about everything except writing the actual pages for you.
Since I’m starting a Pacemaker Planner challenge in a week to work on a new book, I was fishing around for websites to inspire me to get into a writing routine again, but along the way I found so much more. So, in the spirit of gearing up for diving in, I’ve compiled some online resources for writers that I found to be helpful.
Overall writing blogs
I don’t know about you, but I love listening to writing podcasts. I listen when I’m doing busy work around the house or taking a walk, even to help me fall asleep at night. There’s a wealth of podcasts for writers out there – here’s a great list for starters:
Writing Software Recommendations
Writers are always looking for good tools to help them write. Here are some sites with recommendations for novel writing software:
We all need help with research for our novels, right? Here are some good resources for that:
Finally, looking for general writer to writer advice about a variety of issues? You can find it here:
Good luck & happy hunting!