Writing Resources

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This is where I shall share sites I have found that are of benefit to writers.  It should be considered a work in progress. If the link has (Review) next to it, it links by opening in a new window to a review I already posted here. It is divided into section as follows:

I welcome your feedback and suggestions.  Please just use the contact form at the bottom of the page.

Communities and Forums

  •  Cloud Me Baby – While not a site specifically for writing, this site focuses on many ways to earn money on the cloud.  It is simply and excellent community. Be sure and join their chat room and you shall quickly see why.

Sites to Write For or Find Gigs

  • Amazon Mechanical Turk – Not a site dedicated to writers but there is writing work available. The pay rate is not necessarily that wonderful but it can improve if you test for better qualifications. The nice thing about it is that as soon as you are paid, it goes into your Amazon account. You can also transfer fund quickly into your personal bank account.
  • Boost CTR – This is a site where you get paid to write ad units such as the ones you see on Bing and Google. They pay for contest wins or accepted submissions. The site has excellent tutorials, the writing managers offer constructive feedback and they really empower you to write good ads. They pay to your PayPal every Tuesday. This site has worked out well for myself and I have heard numerous writers state the same.
  • Freelance Writing Jobs(Review) – This site has articles for writers, lists writing gigs daily and has an RSS feed. In my opinion, a writer looking for work should check it out on a daily basis.
  • The Job Scout(Review) – Not writer specific but a job search engine which allows you to narrow it down by ZIP code. Try using the terms “writer” or “freelancer”.
  • Slice the Pie – This is a site where you listen to a song and write a review. It is not the best paying rate but, especially if you are music lover, it is fun and a very good way to hear new music. The minimum pay out is 10 dollars and they pay you to your pay pal account.

Writing Blogs

 

Writer Resource Blogs

My List.ly List

List.ly is a list making resource, this is my list of writing resources and good reads.  Check if often for I update it often.  FYI, the more recent additions shall appear at the top of the list.

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Writing Resources

Links that are beneficial to writers.

Oct 03, 2016 by jordanmartin435 - punctuationcheck.org - 60
Punctuation Check

Punctuation Check is an amazing tool that professionally proofreads your text almost instantly. It finds all grammar and punctuation mistakes as well as typos. It is easy to use it; all you need to do is copy and paste you want to correct and click on a button. Try it now; you won't be disappointed!

Aug 25, 2016 by caleb - bookinabox.com - 50
The Complete Guide To Ghostwriting

You have a book in you that you need to write, but you haven’t done it, and you probably aren’t ever going to do it yourself. So what now?

Jan 18, 2016 - dailywritingtips.com - 66
35 Synonyms for Rain and Snow

A rich variety of words and phrases are available to describe an array of wet weather conditions. Here are nearly three dozen terms for rain and snow events and

Nov 08, 2015 - darcypattison.com - 66
8 Most Popular Writing Books with Our Readers

From time to time, we recommend writing books, and we find that some are popular with our readers. Following are the most popular how-to-write books purchased by our readers in the last six months on Amazon, the first half of 2015*.

Nov 11, 2014 - problogger.net - 54
How To Promote Your Blog With Content That Will Grow Your Traffic, Links, and Shares : @ProBlogger

This is a contribution from Gary Dek from StartABlog123.com. Starting a blog is easy. Step-by-step tutorials to creating a blog ...

Nov 10, 2014 - writetodone.com - 64
7 Ways To Keep Writing When You Feel Like Giving Up | Write to Done

Here are 7 ways that will show you how to keep writing, even when you feel like giving up. Drop procrastination, finish your project, and get it out there!

Nov 10, 2014 - justenglish.me - 60
18 Common Words That You Should Replace in Your Writing

It’s a familiar scene: you’re slumped over your keyboard or notebook, obsessing over your character. While we tend to agonize over everything from structure to backstory, it’s important to weigh ho...

Nov 02, 2014 - makealivingwriting.com - 62
Why Hating Your Day Job Won't Make You a Successful Freelance Writer

Hate your day job and want to escape and be a freelance writer? Warning: freelancing is completely different from warming a chair in an office.

Nov 02, 2014 - alexisgrant.com - 61
Why So Many Projects Go Unfinished, and How to Finish Them

Want to finish more projects that matter? Here's a simple way to do just that.

Sep 11, 2014 - writingforward.com - 61
How to Defeat Writer's Block | Writing Forward

What is writer's block and how can we overcome it? Let's look at what causes writer's block and explore ways to make it go away!

Sep 08, 2014 by Jovell Alingod - jovellalingod.com - 73
153 Places Where The Good Paying Freelance Writing Clients Are (Plus 7 Ways to Find More)

For the last 2 weeks, I had you digging deep and getting clear on what, or rather, where you want your freelance writing business to go. Because having this filtering system in place will help you move towards your freelancing goals faster. But by now you're probably itching to know where you can find better paying clients.

Sep 08, 2014 - thewritepractice.com - 56
Want to Write Better Dialogue? Break the Rules

Want to write good dialogue? Then you’ve got to break the rules. Why? Because there are rules for dialogue that trump grammatical dogma.

Sep 03, 2014 - writersrelief.com - 64
Get Published: We Help With Publishing A Novel, Story, Poem, Book

Get published! We help writers with publishing a novel, poems, short stories, essays, books. We help you submit to literary agents and literary journals.

Aug 22, 2014 - workawesome.com - 59
5 Books Freelancers Should Read Now

Even if you have a favorite freelancing trade journal you faithfully read — in print or electronically — click for a few recent books you may wish to devour.

Jul 26, 2014 - thewritepractice.com - 64
9 Things I Did To Become A Full-Time Writer

Three years ago, I was like many of you. I had an idea for a book and that was it, but I wanted to become a full-time writer.

Jul 20, 2014 - makealivingwriting.com - 69
140 Websites That Pay Writers in 2014

Having a hard time finding websites that pay you for writing blog posts or articles? Here's my list of over 100 paying sites.

Jun 30, 2014 - thewritelife.com - 56
The Secret to Writing Well Isn’t What You’d Expect, Says Study

A recent study found full-time writers think about stories differently than everyone else. Could you train your brain to think this way?

Jun 24, 2014 - contentmarketinginstitute.com - 71
3 Strategies to Stand Out From the Content Creation Crowd

This article should give you some ideas.

Jun 22, 2014 - therenegadewriter.com - 61
6 Smart Ways to Find Out if a Magazine Pays for Freelance Articles
Jun 22, 2014 - writerunboxed.com - 50
The Four Characteristics of Author Attitude and Why You Need Them

Today's guest, Nina Amir, author of How to Blog a Book and The Author Training Manual, transforms writers into inspired, successful authors, authorpreneurs and blogpreneurs. Known as the “Inspirati...

Jun 15, 2014 - makealivingwriting.com - 70
3 Big Reasons Your Freelance Writing Dreams Go Nowhere

Are you freelance writing dreams stalled? Here are three important reasons that might be -- and my tips on how to get going.

Jun 11, 2014 - positivewriter.com - 54
13 Ways How Writers Can Survive The Dreaded Waiting Stage | Positive Writer

The writer’s journey is not a quick one. It’s tempting to try and find a short cut, but we have to remember that waiting is part of every writer’s career...

Jun 04, 2014 - freelancewritinggigs.com - 51
7 Writing Prompts to Get Your Creative Juices Flowing

Here are seven writing prompts, which you can use for fun or to get unstuck.

Jun 01, 2014 - problogger.net - 58
Theme Week: How to Socialize Your Posts for Maximum Effect

Today as part of our exploration of things to do after you've hit publish on blog posts, I want us to take a look at the topic of 'socializing' our content. Most bloggers have at least some kind of strategy in place when it comes to sharing our blog posts on social media, but it is an area that most of us also know we could improve upon.

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