If you don’t know about Grammar Girl, make friends! What a great resource for writers!
Here’s a great resource to help you clean up your manuscript.
Here’s a great collection of links to help you answer sticky technical questions in a flash.
Find articles about grammar, along with a great selection of useful links on the New York Times site.
If you are revising a book or article, get to know this important professional resource.
Do you wonder about irony? Even if you don’t, this website is a lot of fun! You can vote on examples.
From Harold Underdown, a bibliography of print resources to help you find an agent.
I’m putting together materials for our local SCBWI group’s April Revision Workshop. One of my favorite revision gurus is Cheryl Klein. If you don’t already have it, pick up a copy of Second Sight: An Editor’s Talks on Writing, Revising, & Publishing Books for Children and Young Adults. Until it arrives, or even if you already have it, download this helpful plot checklist. The site even has a Word template!
Harness the power of Twitter to take your writing to the next level.
Click on the link below. I’m bookmarking it. You might too.
Here’s a giggle from Writing for Children’s Magazines. (This is, by the way, a very useful resource to bookmark.)