Ever wanted to know how a best-selling author wrote their debut best-selling book? Still looking for the perfect edits system? I have composed the best blogs, books, articles and Youtube Channels for writers.
Veronica Roth Blog’s – Ever wondered how to write a best-selling debut novel? Well Veronica Roth has pictures, diagrams and writing advice to show you how she did it. Veronica Roth sold over 7 million copies of her debut New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy. Although she no longer updates her blog, it serves as an archive of all of her amazing posts where you can discover her draft and editing process for creating a breakthrough series.
Website » http://veronicarothbooks.blogspot.com/
Writing with Stardust – Writing with Stardust is the Ultimate Descriptive Guide for Students, Parents, Teachers and Authors that want to improve prose. Serious writers, this has to be in your creative arsenal!
Book » Writing With Stardust
The Only Grammar Book You’ll Ever Need – For those considering hiring an editor before querying or self-publishing, I would suggest purchasing this book. This must have is for writer’s that have issues with clunky, run-on, or awkward sentences!
Book » The Only Grammar Book You’ll Ever Need
The Scene Book – Primer for Fiction Writing – Every Scene has an event, function, structure and pulse. This book is a gem because there are so many resources out there about plot development, characterization, the first 5 chapters, the perfect setting but this is the first I have seen about creating gripping scenes.
Book » The Scene Book: A Primer for the Fiction Writer
Janet Friedman’s Blog – Janet Friedman has been in the publishing business for over 20 years. If your plan is to pursue traditional publishing routes, check out Jane Friedman’s blog. On May 17, 2016, she will be hosting a webinar on going from writer to writer-entrepreneur.
Website » https://janefriedman.com/blog/
The First 10 Pages – Your opening pages are one of the biggest deciding factors on whether or not an agent will request your manuscripts. The First 10 Pages focuses on how to take your opening pages from meh to riveting!
Website » https://1st10pages.com/
The Kill Zone – The Kill Zone is ran by 11 suspense authors at the top of their game. If you want to learn how to write gripping scenes that keep your reader at the edge of their seats, visit the Kill Zone.
Website » https://killzoneblog.com/
Kristen Nelson Pub Rants – One of the first agents I stalked online. Her blog consists of a wealth of good information about the writing and publishing process from an agent’s perspective. What you’ll like? Kristen breaks down what makes a good query outside of the typical advice given. She reminds writers that at the end of the day, agents are readers, and talks the effectiveness of writing your query like the blurb on a book’s back cover.
Website » http://nelsonagency.com/pub-rants/
Blots and Plots – Blots and Plots by Jenny Bravo was born the day Jenny decided to document the process of writing her first novel. Now it is a resource guide for aspiring authors and writers that want to write a book while building an audience.
Website » http://www.blotsandplots.com/home/
10 Tips To Create Your Own Writing Ritual – Most writers don’t have the time to write all day, every day. These tips will help you develop a solid writing ritual so you can build writing into your daily regimen.
Website » http://www.ziedarling.com/blog/writing-rituals
Kristina Horner’s Youtube Channel – If you’re thinking on doing Nanowrimo this year, you have to check Kristina’s channel. Her videos documenting her Nanowrimo journey will inspire any author having doubts about writing a novel in one month.
Website » https://www.youtube.com/user/italktosnakes
The 12 Stages of Physical Intimacy to Build Tension – Unless your strength is romance, for the rest of us, we struggle with romance and pacing. The characters kiss too soon, hold eye contact way too long. It just all feels weird. The 12 Stages of Physical Intimacy gives you the steps to “escalate intimacy logically throughout a novel so readers are satisified.”
Website » 12 Signs of Physical Intimacy to Build Tension
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