Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Writer Resources


Hey, Gang.

Just popping in here between picking up groceries, dog poo, and kids from school (I know, you're jealous) to bring you some great links for writers. If you're not on Twitter, you really should be, if for no other reason than to follow Jane Friedman (@JaneFridman) and Elizabeth S. Craig (@elizabethscraig), two great writers who are also amazing at compiling writer resources. On that note, these are two links that I came across this morning that I wanted to share via these wonderful ladies.

There Are No Rules - Master Recap of 2011 Writer's Digest Conference by Jane Friedman (I don't know about you, but I would've sold my children, if it were legal my right arm to be at the Writer's Digest Conference this year. With this helpful compilation, it kind of feels like I was. You know, without all the awkward bumping into agents in the bathroom and whatnot.

The Writer's Knowledge Base created by Elizabeth S. Craig (and her software engineer friend, Mike Fleming), a search engine that is geared specifically to writer inquiries. Take that, Google!

Hope these are helpful to you. Just another reason social media is becoming more and more valuable to writers (especially unpublished writers!).

Have you come across any helpful Tweets today? Feel free to share them in the comments.


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8 comments:

  1. I love Jane Friedman's blog. The internet has taught me so much about writing for publication...

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  2. ps- it's illegal to sell your kids?

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  3. That recap was excellent! BTW, our dog did her business in the neighbors drive and before I could even get out to pick it up...it froze.

    Now who's the jealous one! ;)
    ~ Wendy

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  4. Both of these ladies are gems, and they share a wealth of great wriing info!

    Twitter is becoming my favorite hang out:)

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  5. I haven't been on Twitter in a while. I guess I better get on there so I don't miss any of these little gems!

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  6. I love Twitter for those random links I get that I never would have seen otherwise. Thanks for the links above!

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  7. I'll have to check out those blogs. They sound good.

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  8. Hi! I discovered your blog by following your comment trail from Roni's blog (Fiction Groupie) You have a great space here! Great to meet you and I look forward to reading more from you.

    Have a great weekend!

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