Resources for Writers
Here is a list of many different writing organizations, foundations and websites which I love and that can all prove extremely helpful, enlightening, informational and engaging to peruse:
BookRags, LitCharts, Shmoop and/or the SparkNotes Websites — all of these websites can be used as refresher courses regarding just about any literary and/or artistic topics. They can also serve as an in-depth summary guide to your favorite literary works!
*The writing courses that these organizations offer have proved especially helpful to me, as I have taken excellent courses and lectures via the ones marked with an asterisk. As I have benefited tremendously from their programs, they come highly recommended, as a result!
Helpful Books, Magazines and Writing Sites
Here you will find a list of different books, magazines and websites that cover everything from writing tips, to specific genres of writing, to books that help writers to work on and perfect their craft:
WebsiteSetup.org—Some useful information about setting up a blog, which can include a writing blog, as well!
Hand Hobbies: A Resource Guide to Writing Basics—An article from the website “Wristband Express.” This article discusses the importance of learning about proper grammar, writing techniques and research and presents the information in a clear, concise and quite user-friendly way!
[Note: I was happy to receive this article, which was sent along to me by a young writer-in-training. This is a wonderful example that it is never too early or too late for one to begin their own writing journey. Thank you, Laney!]
A list of specific author’s websites, as well as other related websites can be found here, in the list below: