Friday, October 26, 2012

Reader Friday: Writing Links Roundup

We all know there are a ton of great writing resources out there. What are some of your favorite go-to resources on the web for inspiration or information about writing? (In addition to TKZ, of course!)


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  1. Here's a site that lists many great blogs and web sites for writers:
    Best Blogs for Writers to Read in 2012

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  2. If you're looking for an agent, a good place to start is: http://tinyurl.com/2ab8kwx

    And with the rush to indie publishing, you're gonna need a freelance content/copy editor. Check out http://www.the-efa.org/

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  3. For crime fiction research, I love the email loop CRIME SCENE WRITER. I get it on email digest. Wally Lind, retired CSI started it, but many other members contribute their expertise - weapons experts, firemen, EMTs, etc. If you query CRIME SCENE WRITER and YahooGroups, you should find it. Email a request to join. It's open to anyone, but it's for research discussions, not author self promotion.

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  4. The email is: crimescenewriter@yahoogroups.com - to send your email request to join.

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  5. Here are a couple of popular writer forums.

    Backspace: http://www.bksp.org/upload/index.php

    Absolute Write: http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/

    Writing Forums: http://www.writingforums.com/forum.php

    The Writer's Chatroom: http://writerschatroom.com/

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  6. Umm, The Kill Zone.

    Alexandra Sokoloff's Blog - http://www.screenwritingtricks.com/

    Savvyauthors.com

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  7. Great resources, can't wait to check a few of these out. I've referred to Renegade Writers a few times for the freelance work I do. http://www.therenegadewriter.com/

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  8. I just posted a link to this blog in my blog post-- it seemed too helpful to keep to myself. Thanks for the great suggestions, everyone.

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  9. Thanks, Joe.
    I LOVE AgentQuery. What a great tool to use. I'll definitely put it to good use for my latest fiction work and save a whole lot of time scouring the dead-weight How-to-Get-an-Agent books. More time to write book two...

    Victoria Allman
    author of: SEAsoned: A Chef's Journey with Her Captain

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