Reedsy is an author services platform that helps authors to connect & collaborate with top editors, designers, and marketers. It also provides tons of information to help authors develop their craft.
Hemingway helps you write with power and clarity by highlighting adverbs, passive voice, and dull, complicated words.
Could you write and publish a Bestseller in one year? Over 250 hours of interviews to help you write your way to the top of the charts.
A podcast about the challenges of writing and the steps anyone can take to become a better storyteller.
How do you write? Start here. You’ll receive tips to help you “get in the writing chair, tricks to stay there, and inspiration to get your words flowing.”
Gillian McAllister and Holly Seddon host this podcast which answers questions about being an author.
The Bookfox Club is a newsletter, blog, and membership community that teaches authors how to write better fiction.
Most writers don’t practice. Most writers think they were born with whatever talent they have and they’re not going to get much better. This site is all about doing the right sort of practice.
A Twitch channel to help writers to get feedback on their work, find inspiration, and receive guidance and tops.
Lessons From the Screenplay analyzes movie scripts to examine exactly how and why they are so good at telling their story.
A YouTube channel on writing craft. Covers character development, mistakes to avoid, and inspiration to keep you going.
‘Novel organization for serious plotters.’ A suite of tools to help writers organize their novels and get better at the craft of writing.
Master the art and science of story structure with a ton of guides on outlining novels, creating great character arcs, and writing scenes that work to move your story forward.
Creative writing tips and ideas, plus tools and resources for better writing. Focuses on fiction and poetry and also offers writing prompts and exercises.
Danielle Wilkinson writes about writing. She offers tips on writing better fiction, and goes in depth into character development, nailing your scenes and making sure your plot is on point.