Great Resources For Writers
Let’s Write a Short Story! by Joe Bunting. What is the best way to improve at writing fast, get published sooner, and build a lasting career as a writer? Short stories. More than 100 five-star reviews on Amazon can’t be wrong. Get Let’s Write a Short Story!
14 Prompts by Joe Bunting. Most collections of writing prompts have hundreds or even thousands of prompts, but this book isn’t meant to be a random list of ideas to begin your novel. 14 Prompts will inspire you to a new way of seeing your writing process.
You Are a Writer by Jeff Goins. An eBook about what it takes to be a writer in the 21st Century. In it, you will learn everything from how to get started with a writing career to ultimately getting your work published — and all the wonderful work in between.
Scrivener (Mac or Windows) is the best word processor I’ve found for writers, and easily allows you to keep even the biggest novels or books organized. I often use it to capture ideas months or even years before I start the actual writing. If you have a hard time keeping your writing organized, I recommend Scrivener.
Amazon reviews are one of the best ways to sell more books. Story Cartel connects authors with passionate book lovers, helping them get more reviews. Story Cartel should be the first step in your marketing plan. Join the Cartel here.
BlueHost. If you want your blog taken seriously, a self-hosted WordPress blog is the way to go. BlueHost makes setting up your blog easy. With hosting for only $6.95 a month, it makes it a no brainer.