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Looking for some great blogs that offer fantastic resources? Here are some blogs that offer outstanding tips for writers,publishers, and content creators.
The Renegade Writer
This blog is amazing for freelance article and copywriters, and there are many tips that apply to fiction writers, as well. The Renegade Writer takes all the conventional tips about becoming a freelance writer—like only sending query letters to magazines after reading a body of their work—and turns them on your head. This blog is for people who want to be freelance writers, not people that are just thinking about it.
Here’s one for the creative writers. Does the idea of making your own novel seem mystifying? So much so that you haven’t started, or you don’t know how? Then StoryFix can help you out. This blog is dedicated to helping creative writers construct their stories and novels, and it will give you many tips for becoming inspired. There are some posts about getting published, but this focuses more on actually writing the story.
This is another creative writer blog, but the focus here is a little different. There is a lot of great information here for making a story, but Writer Unboxed is more focused on the business side of fiction writing. Some say that fiction writing and business don’t mix, but you need to know a little about the business to get published. This blog will teach you how to find a good agent, and how to craft the perfect pitch.
The Wall Street Journal: Style and Substance
This can be a useful tool for any writer, but there is a political slant here that makes it more geared for writers in the political field. Magazine and newspaper writers might get the most benefit here, but any writer can get something from this blog. The focus here is to talk about the underlying style that goes into crafting and using words. While the tone is a little dry, even creative writers can find a few terms that and tips that can ignite their stories.
You may not notice it, but your writing may be full of clichés and common terms that people are tired of hearing. Using clichés can ruin an otherwise good text, but some clichés aren’t as obvious as others. This blog tackles many of these overused phrases with a funny or interesting twist. Check it out to help reignite your writing.
These are five fun and relevant blogs for writers and people who want to be published. You will find a lot of tips, advice and fun information that will help you on your writing journey. Check them out, absorb the information, and then get back to crafting beautiful stories or hard-hitting copy.