Tell Us: What Are Your Favorite Writing Websites?

Tell Us: What Are Your Favorite Writing Websites?

Okay writers, pencils down! Just for a minute, step away from your NaNoWriMo novels and control-save that magazine article.

We need your help.

You’ve seen our list of the best writer resources for 2014, 2015 and 2016.

We look forward to continuing the tradition with a new edition of 100 Best Websites for Writers in 2017.

Whether your goal for 2017 is to land a book deal, become a full-time freelancer, up your guest posting game or find a writing partner-in-crime, we’ve got you covered with this list of websites for writers. We want to make sure we include valuable resources, and to do that, we need your input.

What’s your favorite writing website? Which blogs do you visit for inspiration, information or writing-related entertainment? Which sites have earned bookmark status on your toolbar? Who do you want to nominate for our list?

Let us know your favorite sites in the comments. We’re looking forward to sharing the list with you in January!

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325 comments

  • Tatar Ana says:

    Hy,

    I don’t know if i’m at the right place, but i love to write. From stories to articles, i will try to do my best to help you and me as well.

    Thank you

  • Jen says:

    I’ve just recently started to check out Five Minute Fridays again. http://katemotaung.com/five-minute-friday/ I also like to read back through my own writing to serve up some inspiration. 🙂

  • Dennis Doty says:

    My favorite writing sites include the following: https://www..com/groups/writingdramafree/; https://www..com/groups/611602735649133/; http://www.how-to-write-a-book-now.com/how-to-write-a-novel.html; https://www.freelancewriting.com/jobs/ and https://duotrope.com/

  • Sarah says:

    Scribendi’s blog (https://www.scribendi.com/resources) is a good resource for writers because it covers a wide range of writing-related topics (e.g., grammar, finding inspiration to write, the mechanics of writing, how to edit your work).

    I hope this helps, and I look forward to seeing the completed list! 🙂

  • Ginger Marcinkowski says:

    My all time favorite is Hope Clark’s “Funds for Writers.” Hope shares good advice and offers many places to submit work, find writing jobs and/or grants and residencies. I’ve never been more pleased with a writer’s resource than I am with Funds for Writers! One other thing that Hope does so very well is that is is an advocate for writer’s not settling for less than what they are worth.I know her writings have often been a good “kick in the pants” for me!

  • Sherryl says:

    http://blog.janicehardy.com/

    Janice’s blog is a fantastic resource.

  • R. M. Emerson Jr. says:

    My favorite site for writers is http://davidfarland.com/. Yes, it’s an author’s site, but under the link For Writers (http://davidfarland.com/category/for-writers/) one can subscribe to his (nearly) daily writing tips. Add to that his site https://mystorydoctor.com/, which is much more geared to writing fiction and you have fete complete. In his posts/emails/My Story Doctor content he covers not only the life of writing but also the business of writing and how to push for great deals. His prolific career over close to 30 years makes him one of the best writing teachers out there.

  • Aba says:

    wow.makealivingwriting.com is my favourite freelance writing website.

  • Devon Watson says:

    My favorite writing websites are rappad.co and Rap Genius. I use both to write my own music for free. Rappad.co is made so any artist can get familiar with the process and have a headstart. Basically to make sure you are comfortable to perform. Rap Genius allows you to both see other artists’ lyrics and your own. Those are two of my favorite writing websites. Another I use is Facebook, but I only use that to speak my mind when something is irritating me.

  • Ashley Brooks says:

    Love Jordan Roper’s site for freelance writers. So helpful and fun to read!

  • Miceala says:

    Wattpad is good for writing(fan-fiction especially)! Also, if you ask for feedback, you will most likely get it!

  • Jason Bougger says:

    K.M. Weiland’s Helping Writers Become Authors is a great writing blog (https://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/). I also think Duotrope.com is the best market listing website out there.

  • Winter says:

    I’m looking for a site that can read through say the first chapter or so to let me know if I dhould continue, anybody please have any advise ?

  • Susan says:

    I am looking forward to the 2017 list!

  • Erendira says:

    Favorite writing sites:

    https://janefriedman.com/

    http://www.beyondyourblog.com/

  • Alison says:

    My must-visit sites are:
    – Beyond Your Blog (http://beyondyourblog.com) for its useful information on writing, submitting to various sites and publications, and editors’ insights into what they look for in a submission.
    – The Creative Penn (http://thecreativepenn.com).

  • Lisa Kanarek says:

    Hands down, Beyond Your Blog (http://beyondyourblog.com/).

  • Ellie says:

    I really love Re:Fiction

  • Crystal Duffy says:

    Love Beyond your Blog!!

    http://beyondyourblog.com/

  • Karen says:

    My favorite writing sites:

    http://www.makealivingwriting.com/
    http://fundsforwriters.com/
    http://beafreelanceblogger.com/
    http://www.freelancewritersonline.com/
    http://www.beyondyourblog.com/

    and of course:
    http://ilblogdellorco.info/

    Can’t believe I managed to narrow it down to half a dozen!

  • Maribel says:

    Every freelancer can benefit by reading Jennifer Brown Bank’s quality articles on Penand Prosper –
    http://penandprosper.blogspot.com.au/
    With an outstanding aray of diverse topics, tips and tricks of the writing profession, this is a blog well worth bookmarking!

  • Linda O'Connell says:

    Pen and Prosper, jennifer Brown Banks site has a wealth of information.

  • Nina Badzin says:

    Beyond Your Blog
    Writer Unboxed
    Anne R Allen’s blog

  • Susan Sundwall says:

    Pen and Prosper

    A generous easy-to-read blog with tips galore.

    Funds for Writers

    Hope Clark gives her all for writers

  • Amy Hardison says:

    Easy choice: http://www.makealivingwriting.com.

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