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How To Use These 7 Writing/Publishing Resources

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Are you sometimes scrambling for phrase ideas, marketing tips, not sure, if your query is proper written or do you want to find out where the next writing contest takes place? All this information and more can be found in the following blogs and websites:

http://www.bookwritinghelp.com/
Chock-full of tips for aspiring writers and their publishing path. Earma Brown is the author of 12 books including:  “eBook It! How to Profit from Your Passion with E-books & More” and “Article Marketing Speedway”: “How to put your article marketing in the fast lane to sales”, as well as other inspirational non-fiction titles.

http://www.phrases.org.uk/
The Phrase Thesaurus is a writers’ resource that stimulates ideas for headlines, copy, song lyrics, fiction writing etc.  Journalists, advertising copywriters, songwriters, or anyone interested in creative writing in English, can benefit from this ideas generator.  Also very interesting:  Famous last words of famous people.

http://www.abookinside.blogspot.com 
Amazing and useful blog where author Carol Denbow shares excellent writing, publishing and valuable marketing tips. She gives lots of useful info in each post – tips and expert advice, plus interviews with bestseller authors.

http://www.booksandtales.com/pod/index.php
This comparison chart of print-on-demand provider shows you the basics about each company. Clea Saal who runs the website also wrote a book about the process of finding a reputable POD company, the title: “The Clearly Confusing World of Self-publishing & POD.”

http://www.carolkluz.homestead.com/index1.html
Lots and lots of writers resources at the click of a button. No explanations – go directly to the companies or associations. Another site for great links is: http://resourcehelp.com/qserwrit.htm

http://www.easywaytowrite.com/articles.htm
“Becoming a Better Writer: A 10-Step Guide” is a perfect place to start browsing. The author has been helping writers and artists improve and further their careers for ten years.  Fiction – What to Leave Out!, I Can’t Put It Down – How to Write Compelling Fiction, Don’t Think, Write! are some of the best blogs. Do sign up for the newsletter.

http://www.newpagesblog.blogspot.com
Find the latest writing contests for all genres.This invaluable free blog provides news, information and guides to literary magazines, alternative media and more. Also: The best online guide to independent & university book publishers.
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Enjoy browsing through these websites and blogs. But don’t get yourself lost in it… Your book waits to be finished!  Sign up to  https://savvybookwriters.wordpress.com to get the daily news from the writers and publishers world, plus tons of book marketing tips.

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Posted by on October 27, 2013 in Marketing, Publishing, Writing

 

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5 responses to “How To Use These 7 Writing/Publishing Resources

  1. Diana S.

    October 27, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    Reblogged this on The Pelican Writer and commented:
    Great resources for any creative writer.

     
    • ebooksinternational

      October 27, 2013 at 7:25 pm

      Thanks Diana for re-blogging. You are right, these sites are quite useful. Will extend the list in the near future.
      Have a great week,

      Doris

       
  2. Annie

    October 27, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    Nice list, thanks!🙂 phrases.org.uk sounds like it could be really useful.

     
  3. D.G.Kaye

    October 27, 2013 at 4:30 pm

    Thanks for great tips as always!🙂

     
  4. publicinhiding

    October 28, 2013 at 10:10 am

    Wow! Just what I needed! Thanks!

     

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