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Monday, January 5, 2015

12 Blogs Worth Watching in 2015

Jody Hedlund - This award winning Christian romance author writes for both YA and adult. Her candid blog offers authors an inspirational look into what practices help create success for authors at every stage of their career.

Goins, Writer - The blogger behind this blog is Jeff Goins. He has created a vibrant place for writers to gather.

Positive Writer - Bryan Hutchinson has created a dynamic blog with a positive vibe and has built a substantial readership in a relatively short time.

Tara Lazar: Writing for Kids - Children’s Book author, Tara Lazar, has turned her blog into a lively resource for picture book writers.

Helping Writers Become Authors - Katie Weiland’s blog is a great place for fiction writers. If you’re looking for advice on how to write your novel, this is where you can find in-depth advice.
 
The Write Practice - Created by Joe Bunting, the Write Practice is the place to go if you want to kick-start your writing practice.

Kill Zone - The musings of 11 top authors covering topics daily that inspire, anger, amuse, and entertain us. This blog is a doorway into the thriller and mystery writer's mind.

 Live Write Thrive - This blog by C S Lakin is a haven for writers of fiction. If you’re looking for advice about plotting, or how to overcome tricky grammar problems, Susanne Larkin’s blog is the place to search out.

Terrible Minds - Novelist Chuck Wendig’s blog is an excellent example of how to create an author platform. He’s created a lively blog with many useful tips for fiction writers.

The Write Life - The tagline of this blog is:  … helping writers, create, connect and earn. This interesting site is run by Alexis Grant;

Jennifer Blanchard - This is a zesty blog with great information. Jennifer’s blog is focused on helping writers create novels.
 
Fiction Notes - Experienced writing coach, author and publisher,  Darcy Pattison, has created an appealing author platform with a blog for fiction writers.

You might also want to check out this post from Writer's Digest: 50 Articles on Writing to Help You in 2015‏

What blogs or posts do you find the most valuable?

3 comments:

Kara Leigh Miller said...

This is a great list! I've found some new blogs to follow as a result. Thank you :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Thanks for the list! Bet some of those would be great to list at the IWSG site.

Susanne Drazic said...

Thank you for sharing this list.