Websites that help writers


Here are 15 websites that are very helpful to writers and authors. I hope they help you! 

1.     Bookish

www.Bookish.com

 Makes book recommendations, provides book lists, and author interviews.

 2.     Library Thing

www.LibraryThing.com

 It sees itself as the world’s largest book club and makes book recommendations. 

 3.     Shelfari 

www.Shelfari.com

 Like a Wikipedia for books, this site allows you to build a virtual bookshelf. It is owned by Amazon.

 4.     Helping Writers Become Authors 

      www.HelpingWritersBecomeAuthors.com

 Offers assistance and guidance to writers, helping them improve their craft.

 5.     Writers Helping Writers 

      www.WritershelpingWriters.net

 A one-stop shop for writers.

 6.     Writer Unbound 

www.WriterUnbound.com

 Offers wide-ranging advice for fiction writers.

 7.     Writers In The Storm

      www.WritersInTheStormBlog.com

 Tips on how to handle rejection, have day-to-day life balance as a writer, and feel support for their creative lives.

 8.     Get It Write 

www.GetItWriteOnline.com

 Learn grammar, word mechanics, punctuation, and what you should have perfected while in school.

 9.     Publishing Perspectives 

www.PublishingPerspectives.com

      Focuses on the global book publishing industry.

 10.Insecure Writer’s Support Group 

www.InsecureWritersSupportGroup.com

 Connects writers with writers to support them through the challenges or fears they might experience of feel.

 11.Writer’s Digest Annual Conference 

      www.WritersDigestConference.com

 Major annual gathering for writers seeking to improve their careers and learn about publishing, getting published, and writing. It builds a writing community.

 12.Indie Bookstore Finder 

www.IndieBound,org

 Search by zip code for the nearest indie bookstore.

 13.Funds For Writers

www.FundsForWriters.com

 Covers the business of writing, identifies paid writing opportunities, writer contests, etc.

 14. Book Trib

 www.BookTrib.com

       A news source for book lovers, including interviews, reviews, podcasts, and video discussions. You can buy a book review, do book give-aways, and be a part of a listicle.

 15. Riffle

www.Riffle.com

 Like the Pinterest of books, it provides you with book suggestions based on your preferences and books read.

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