Tools to Thrive

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15 Tips to Self-Edit Your Book
Once you have a solid draft of you book, the tough work of editing starts

150 Resources to Help You Write Better
Includes genres, business and legal matters, citation and style guides, English language skills, much more.

AgentQuery
Named by Writer’s Digest one of the Best Websites for Writers nine years in a row.

Author Media
11 places to get free and legal photos for your blog.

Funds for Writers
Grants, contests, markets, newsletters, and more.

GalleyCat
Free sites to promote your eBook.

Grammar Book
English usage rules for grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling.Links for Published and Aspiring Authors Dozens of places offering writing advice, encouragement, and help. All genres.

Grammarly.com
Grammarly makes sure everything you type is easy to read, effective, and mistake-free. It’s a free add-on to Chrome.

Village Writing School
Northwest Arkansas classes on fiction and nonfiction writing. Half-day and full-day sessions.

Writer’s Digest
The business standard for beginners and established writers: books, blogs, conferences, tutorials, and a weekly writing prompt.

 

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