Saturday, March 23, 2013

Best Websites/Blogs for Writers! (Nominate)

I really need to get a whole list of the best websites and blogs for writers to post here on the blog. But instead of deciding on my own which are best, I thought I'd let you all decide...

So please leave a comment below telling me which website/blogs you couldn't live without as a writer.

Please keep in mind, these could be writing forums/agent's blogs/editor's blogs..... BUT this is NOT the time to help your favorite CP gain more followers for their blog.


  • Only nominate up to three sites. 
  • Please do not nominate a site that has already been nominated. 
  • Please be professional.


Depending on how many nominations we get, we'll then vote and the top choices will be posted here on CLC.

Thank you!

20 comments:

  1. There are SO MANY.

    One of my favorites is now with Writers Digest- successful queries where agents post a query from someone they signed and explain what worked about it http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/guide-to-literary-agents/successful-queries

    Then of course Absolute write forums- particularly the Bewares, Recommendations & Background Check section where there is thread for basically every publisher and agent out there with information (good and bad) about them. Love it. http://absolutewrite.com/forums/

    And my last favorite... Querytracker.net

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    1. Also particularly helpful within AW: "Query Letter Hell" and the broader "Share Your Work" forums.

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  2. Booklocker (self-publishing option if interested in print copies) ( http://booklocker.com )
    Writer's Weekly (been around for a few years now - editor also operates/runs Booklocker - offers a newsletter and a forum) ( http://writersweekly.com )

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  3. Writer Beware for intrepidly defending writers' interests
    Literary Rambles as the go-to spot for new writer resources
    YA Highway for all sorts of YA author fun

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    1. I'm just going to ditto her three and add the Guide to Literary agents blog.

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  4. Literary Rambles
    The Bookshelf Muse's Emotion Thesaurus
    Verla Kay's Blueboards

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  6. Nathan Bransford http://blog.nathanbransford.com/
    KitLit at Kitlit.com
    Queryshark http://queryshark.blogspot.com/

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  7. Hmm, no one has nominated Miss Snark's First Victim yet? Well, that's here if you wanna take a gander.

    Also a big fan of Absolute Write.

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    1. Lol ok, I give up, I suck at links! Anyway, you get the picture!

      Last link is supposed to be avajae.blogspot.com

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  9. Adventures in YA Publishing, Murder by 4, second for Agent Query Connect!

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  10. Writer Unboxed
    PubCrawl
    Cynsations and Cynthia Leitich Smith

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  11. My top 3 have already been mentioned, but two of my other favorites are Query Shark and Mother. Write. (Repeat).

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  12. For crime/mystery/thriller stories, I like The Writer's Forensics Blog (http://writersforensicsblog.wordpress.com/). And I second the Pub Crawl and Miss Snark's First Victim nominations!

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  13. So, so, many - but here are a few of my favorites that haven't been listed yet:

    WriteOnCon
    PublishersMarketplace
    AgentQuery

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  14. I love stumbling across interesting blogs. It's a semi-productive form of procrastination :) In the last few weeks I've bookmarked:

    Moody Writing: http://moodywriting.blogspot.in/
    Word Play: http://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/
    Editors Jewel Box: http://www.editorsjewelbox.com/

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