A Selection of Websites for Writers

The Write Life is a good site go get to know. It includes many excellent resources for writers. Here’s their 2020 list of websites. When you have time, cruise around and see which ones fit your needs.


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Amazon Buys Goodreads: What it Could Mean to Authors

Reviews now on Goodreads will be readily accessable on the Amazon site and on Kindle. If you are marketing your book, this could be good news for you. Alternative purchasing buttons are said to remain. Ultimate impacts of the marriage between Amazon and the popular review site are unknown at this point. (You don’t have to share your Amazon purchases on Goodreads if you don’t want to.) Click on the link below for more information.

Amazon Buys Goodreads: The Impact On Authors Book Sales | Bestseller Labs.

A Hundred Children’s Books Selected by the New York Public Library

If you write books for children, you won’t want to miss this post from the New York Public Library. Here are their lists of the very best books. Pick some of them up at your local library and settle in for some delightful afternoons.

Children’s Books 2012: 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing | The New York Public Library.

Find Out About What’s Out

Cruise around the world of recent books for children at this excellent review site. The link below leads to a sensitive and complete review of a picture book, Toot and Puddle. Use the easy navigation tools to find reviews and news about early readers, chapter books, middle grade books, and YAs.


The Insomniacs | Flowering Minds

If you are writing a bedtime story for children, some may tell you that everything has been done. Don’t believe it! Here’s a detailed review of a delightful new story about not being able to fall asleep.

The Insomniacs | Flowering Minds.