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Writing Resources, Revisited…


Budding creative writers have never had so much raw information available on how to write.

They’ve also never had to work so hard to sift the value from the self-serving nonsense.

I’ve had a number of posts here that highlight various modes of advice-sifting. Here are three:

Resources for Writers ~ Readers Welcome :-)

What *Not* To Do If You’re Looking For Writing Advice

More Writing Resources Than You’ll Ever Need Plus One Huge Tip

I recently discovered Debbie Maxwell Allen’s blog, Writing While The Rice Boils—“Resources for writers with little time and even less money, who are on the journey to publication.”

And, Debbie’s blog led me to Harvey Chapman’s site, Novel-Writing-Help.com.

So, I hope one or more of those links lead you to the knowledge you need to pursue your creative writing.

If you know of other helpful sites, please share the links in the comments.
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4 responses to “Writing Resources, Revisited…

  1. Debbie Maxwell Allen (@DebbieMaxAllen) December 16, 2011 at 11:21 pm

    Thank you so much for mentioning my blog. I’m very honored. I’ll be checking out the other resources you mentioned. Have a wonderful day!

    ~Debbie

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