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11 WRITER Resources (that every writer should get)

11 WRITER Resources (that every writer should get)

Hello friends! I hope you enjoyed Girl of Shadows, my spring short story! If you haven’t read it, you can find it here.

Now, I want to share with you 11 resources that have been so beneficial in my author journey! Remember to share this with other writers so that the knowledge can be multiplied.

Comment below and tell ME what resources have benefited you!

  1. Reedsy

I’m pretty sure I have fangirled about this before (hehe), but it is such a helpful tool. You can take free 10-day courses on writing, editing, and plotting. (did I mention they were free ;)!)

2. The Young Writer Blog

Great advice and helpful worksheets! They also have an online program which I have done myself! Totally recommend. Find that here.

3. Abbie Emmon’s YouTube Channel

Amazing girl and amazing advice! She has a crazy good plotting series and several Science of Story videos that are simply delicious!

4. Story Embers

A beautiful example of blogs focusing on Christian storytelling and honestly… so helpful!

5. Go Teen Writers

Teenagers especially, have some great articles and encouragement!

For the last five, I posted several of my favorite author websites who have some great previous blogs, even if they are from ten years ago!

6. Marrisa Meyer

7. Jessica Brody

8. Shannon Messenger

9. Hemingway Editor

A great editor for tricky prose!

10. Grammarly

Another wonderful editing app!

11. Here is one that a subscriber recommended! Another great Grammar tool!

So there *drops mic* are eleven wonderful tools that I hope benefit all of y’all! Have a wonderful month of May everyone! I probably won’t be on as much because my family is heading to the Grand Canyon, but when June rolls around, I’ll be back with more fun, more articles, and more celebration on stories!

See ya around!

eden 🙂

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    1. Oh, thank you! Very encouraging! Thank you for the feedback! I have been thinking about starting videos or some more hand-outs. Would that be helpful?

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