Writing comes in all shapes and sizes. Here is a list of links to help you get started writing and also make your writing better.
Getting Started Writing
- “How to establish a writing routine for 2019” on Publication Coach: Advice includes making time, committing, and developing rituals.
- “Authors, Are You Applying What You Learned Last Year To Your Current Writing?” on Deborah Jay: Write faster, but don’t sacrifice quality.
- “Start Writing Your Book The Easier Way” on Now Novel: A set of writing tools.
- Warpcore SF: A science fiction plot generator (to get you started).
- “Learning How To Learn Fiction” on Phillip McCollum: “The optimal strategies and tactics one can undertake when learning something new.”
- “How to write thoughts in fiction on The Parlour: Different methods, including quotes and italics.
- “How to convey accents in fiction writing: Beyond phonetic spelling” on The Parlour: Don’t let phonetic spelling trump your story.
- “How to Advance Your Plot with Careful Scene Design ~ 5 Steps” on Live. Write. Thrive.: Remember to have a structure.
Types of Writing
- “Writing For The Educational Market” on Wow: Take advantage of all the available resources.
- “Do We Write Differently On A Screen?” on The New Yorker: One writer’s story.
- “Tips to Compiling an Anthology Book” on Nonfiction Authors Association: Compiling a book with various contributors.
- Written Road: For travel writing.
- BootsnAll: Tangentially related, and also about travel.
- Leanpub: A publishing workflow and storefront.
- FastPencil: A platform for collaborative writing.
- Bookrix: A platform for social writing and publishing.
- Absolute Write: Forum for writers.
- MFA Programs Database: For anyone interested in pursuing an MFA.
And last, this one is just a great resource overall: kriswrites.com.