Must Follow Blogs for Writers

Hello My Fantastically Lovely Readers,

A writer’s journey is often a very lonely one however we tend to make it lonelier than it has to be by not reaching out to those individuals/groups that have resources we need.

For me, when I decided I wanted to pursue writing professionally I didn’t know what to do or where to go.  Luckily this blog had started to gather a lot of traffic and via my Twitter account, more on the importance of that later, I met a couple writers who have been some amazing resources for me.

But in addition to their wonderful help, I needed and wanted more.  I wanted to hear from other professionals in the field such as the agents and editors whose help I would need if I intended, which I do, to traditionally publish.  So I started searching around and found some lists of best websites, but honestly no one wants to go through lists of 100 websites, trust me I did it, it’s hell.

So today I wanted to bring you my list of the MUST follow blog for writers.  These blogs will help you whether you plan on traditionally publishing, self publishing  or whatever.  They have helped me so much and are still helping me.  I am subscribed to all of them, and I wouldn’t have made it this far without them (queue the violins).

The List

(this is by no means a final list…I will update it when I discover more awesome sites)

Recently Suggested/Discovered blogs

That’s all I have for now, however it is highly possible I have forgotten some…what are your go to blogs for writers?

Whimsically Yours,

PnC

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