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

  • Edie Melson says:

    I love , and Warren Adler’s – it’s full of such wonderful information.

  • I would like to nominate The Write Conversation for The Write Life’s 100 Best Websites for Writers.

    I read this blog several times a week. As a new writer, I have found it very helpful and have used a lot of the information from this site in my writing. I have also passed this site on to other writer who are looking to have their questions answered.

  • I nominate the Write Conversation for your list of 100 Best Websites for Writers.
    This website is a valuable resource for all writers and covers a range of topics including the craft, inspiration and encouragement, marketing, and how best to use social media.
    Each post provides new information or provides timely refreshers and reminders.
    Both new and experienced writers benefit from this blog.

  • The Write Conversation provides valuable information for writers! I nominate them for 100 Best Websites

  • The Write Conversation by Edie Melson is an informative site. I learn a lot from it on a regular basis.

  • I nominate The Write Conversation as a top writers’ blog. It’s great!
    Elva Cobb Martin
    President, ACFW-SC Chapter

  • I nominate The Write Conversation for your list of Top 100 websites for writing. It is an excellent writing blog for writers with its up-to-date information on the writing industry.

  • Most definitely The Write Conversation must be on the top-100 websites for writers. It has helped me immensely!

  • Jan Pierce says:

    I’d like to nominate The Write Conversation as a top-notch blog for writers. I often save Edie’s lessons to study when I have time. Very informative and useful site.

  • Karen Friday says:

    I nominate The Write Conversation for your top 100 websites for writing. I’ve been a lover of words my entire life. Since the fourth grade, speaking has been a passion for me. I always wrote my own talks and speeches and earned a communications degree. Then in 2014, I felt compelled to write with the intent to be published. As a newbie, several writer friends suggested I sign up for The Write Conversation and it has proven invaluable to my writing journey. Edie Melson and the entire staff are committed to assist readers with tips in blogging, social media, and writing in both nonfiction and fiction categories. The site even provides help with writer’s conferences. And I’ve been published with articles in both print and online media. I’m currently talking with publishers and writing my first book. Signing up for this website is one of the best choices I made for my writing career.

  • Debbie Williams says:

    I nominate The Write Conversation for Top Blog Posts. It is a must-read for writers at any level. Great advice every single time.

  • Kelly Brown says:

    100% Write Your Revolution!
    Their site focuses on freelance writing, specifically in the professional and content marketing sphere. Topics include how to find disability insurance as a freelance writer, quitting your day job without a safety net, and how to not fail your first few months of web writing. Excellent resources written in a laid back tone of voice that feels like you’re talking to a colleague. Must visit for any writer!

  • I am nominating The Write Conversation as a top writing blog. It is because of this blog site that I now have my own blog. I have learned more from the tips and teaching shared on that site than any other I have read

  • Stanley Edelman says:

    Hurray for Standoutbooks!!!

  • Julie says:

    Aliventures is my favorite writer’s blog.

  • Cathy Fyock says:

    I love The Write Conversation. It is definitely my favorite blog as a writer. I often share it with my social media s and friends. 2 thumbs up!

  • Bob Selden says:

    I’d like to nominate StandOutBooks. They continually provide interesting, and most importantly, useful articles for authors. I’ve learnt a lot of tips from their regular newsletters and often recommend them to other authors that I know.

    Kind regards

    Bob Selden
    author, “Don’t: How the right words will change your life”

  • I’m thrilled to nominate The Write Conversation. (www.TheWriteConversation.com) Edie Melson’s site is THE go-to place for all things writing-related!

    Thanks!

  • John Gyorki says:

    My go to site is excellent place for learning. Go there to be inspired!

  • I nominate Standoutbooks (www.standoutbooks.com)

    Their posts are timely. I can always find helpful knowledge about writing as a craft as well as how to build a platform and present myself to the public. ​

    Suzanne M. Link
    Author of Saving Toby

  • We made the list in 2016 and I’d like to nominate Two Drops of Ink again. I think it’s our unique collaborative approach. We’ve created the Wall of Poets, promote all of our guest bloggers on their posts and on the Contributor’s page. We will continue to bring seasoned as well as new writers the attention they deserve. Coming soon: The Book Nook – where authors can submit reviews and we’ll promote.

  • Iris Madelyn says:

    Beyondyourblog.com is super helpful! Hands down, my favorite site and most opened newsletter.
    Runners up include Funds for Wtiters and, of course, The Write Life 🙂

  • Mia Carella says:

    Beyond Your Blog (www.beyondyourblog.com)! Awesome resource!

  • I’m become a fan of writing and reading memoir; “Two Drops of Ink” has become one of my favorite sites to enjoy, learn, and be inspired by all things memoir and literary.
    Blessings ~ Wendy

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