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Help Us Compile a List of the Best Websites for Writers

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Published Dec 10, 2018

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From grammar rules to tips for getting published, there are thousands (if not millions) of websites that help writers.

And we want to make the world's most comprehensive list of them!

But we need your help!

Let us know what your favorite websites for writers are. You can comment on this article or send us a message on Facebook and Twitter. We're standing by to hear from you!

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https://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/ This is a great resource from K.M. Weiland. She also has a podcast.
Thank you!
Thank you!
My favourite is https://writerswrite.co.za. Though this is a South African website it covers a broad range of topics, including blogging, fiction, non-fiction, grammar, writing tips, publishing, online and in person writing courses and their daily newsletter includes a Writing Prompt and a list of 5 authors born that day. It's my daily dose of writing wisdom.
Thanks!
Joanna Bourne's blog -- especially the articles tagged "The Process of Writing" http://jobourne.blogspot.com/search/label/The%20Process%20of%20Writing and "Drafting and Plotting" http://jobourne.blogspot.com/search/label/Drafting%20and%20Plotting are very useful tutorials on improving one's craft of writing fiction.
https://onestopforwriters.com/ Nothing else quite like it
I love https://kmwade.com/category/writing-for-business/ for business writing stuff.
I also second K. M. Weiland for fiction writing

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