My Top 10 Favorite Websites for Writers

Here are a few of my favorite blogs and websites that are invaluable to writers wanting to improve their craft. Some of these sites offer paid memberships or home writing courses for a small fee, but they are worth their weight in gold.

Margie Lawson’s Writing Academy

Margie Lawson has some of the best do it yourself writing courses around at reasonable rates.

My Book Therapy

My Book Therapy offers a writing blog and free membership as well as paid memberships with more intensive workshops.

Seekerville Blog

Seekerville is a writing blog with many Christian authors contributing. It has tons of valuable resources.

The Character Therapist

This blog and site has great information on making your characters more real – quirks and all.


KM Weiland writes this blog with helpful tips for writers. Many other authors also contribute.

The Bookshelf Muse

Author of the Emotional Thesaurus give writers help with description.

Novel Writing Help

Blog posts to help you write your novel step by step.

Beginning Novel Writer’s Tips

This blog does just what it says. It’s a great place to learn the basics of writing.

Author Culture

Various writing tips from many writers, both professional and self-published.

Chip’s Blog

Chip Macgregor, successful literary agent, talks about many areas of the publishing field. It’s a great blog to help you learn the business.


♦ Whoops, I forgot one, so I’m adding it to the end. This is eleventh on the list, but very important.

Advanced Fiction Writing

This website created by RandyIngermanson “the Snowflake guy” and has tons of valuable resources.



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