Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Writing Resources: Part 3

Kyleigh Dunn ~ I honestly don’t read as much as I should about writing. But I really like The Editor’s Blog, “Whose Grammar Book is this Anyway?”, “How to Read a Sentence (And How to Write One),” and then I love the community on for early feedback on my writing. But my biggest and most favorite writing resource is my husband! He’s put a lot more thought and study into creative writing than I have and his comments and editing is always the most helpful to me.

Claire Banschbach ~ I think I’m a terrible writer since I won’t have a great answer for this one. I have several books about writing on my list of books to get, and one blog on writing advice that I frequent (K.M. Weiland’s blog). But other than that, most of what has developed me as a writer is critiques from beta readers and actually reading other stories and paying attention to the way a particular author writes.

Jenelle Schmidt ~ I love the Clean Indie Reads group on facebook, they are marvelous encouragers, as well as a treasure trove of helpful information.
Also highly helpful, and also entertaining, Lynne Trusse’s book “Eats, Shoots, and Leaves” on how to correctly use punctuation. One of my all-time favorite books.

Sarah Holman ~ Reading. Honestly, if I have a question about how to do something, I pick up books that I know do whatever it is I am struggling with well. However, if I need a pick-up-up, Month of the Novel is my go to source.

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