For All Writers

I have found quite a number of helpful sites for writers, but too many to list on the side of my blog.  So this page is just for these. I’ll be slowly adding sites over time.

  • Publetariat is an online aggregator of articles related to writing and the publishing business, geared specifically to the interests and needs of indie authors and small publishers.
  • Jobs for bloggers
  • Funds for Writers website
  • Duotrope: an award-winning, free writers’ resource listing over 3775 current Fiction and Poetry publications.

Music organized by mood

I’m giving this site several entries because I don’t want you to miss these:

The Bookshelf Muse–Home Page

Links about psychology to help you develop credible characters

List of Character Archetypes

Carolyn Myss has an excellent book called Sacred Contracts, which both outlines and details a bunch of archetypes.
She has info online, too: A Gallery of Archetypes

Mythcreants for Sci-Fi and Fantasy writers has a terrific page on the Eight Character Archetypes of the Hero’s Journey 

“Does My Character Work Okay?” – How To Tell For Yourself!

History links I’ve found useful

This site on the Renaissance probably has everything you need to know about the Renaissance.  Ever. I will probably break it down into [a lot of] smaller chunks later. Remember:  links under Teacher Oz are generally Renaissance-related.

 These are writers whose blogs I have found insightful and helpful, and I believe you will, too.

Jeff Goins’ blog on writing

Jami Gold’s blog for writers

Mandy Eve Barnett’s blog on writing (Carol Despaux)

Roz Morris’ blog on writing

 Kristen Lamb’s blog on writing

Kristen’s insightful post on trolls

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