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  • Resources
  • The Elements of Style - must have reference for writers
  • Chicago Manual of Style - a classic guide used by publishers, editors, and writers
  • Writer's Digest - Magazine devoted to beginning and established writers
  • Writer's Market - Online literary market reference
  • Predators & Editors - Guide to publishers and publishing services
  • AAR - Association of Authors’ Representatives
  • FundsforWriters.com - An online resource to help writers find markets for  their work
  • Storiest - story development tool for novelists and screenwriters; designed for Mac OS
  • Contour - a top-rated script-writing software for Windows and Mac operating systems
  • AutoCrit - online editing tool
  • Booklogix Local book publisher with free informative workshops/webinars
  • Master Writer - Creative writing software
  • StartABlog123 - StartABlog123.com offers a free comprehensive tutorial on building and growing your first blog
  • Jobhero - The Ultimate Freelance Writing Career Guide
  • Grammarcheck - Vocabulary, grammar, and writing techniques
  • State Of Writing - Incredibly useful resource with tips and it's own collection of writing and grammar guides
  • Prowritingaid - Site that provides an exceptional novel editing tool – Just paste in some text from your book and watch it go to work
  • Scrivener - Outlining software for your Mac-based computer
  • yWriter – Outlining software for your Microsoft-based computer























  • Books
  • “The Anatomy of Story” by John Truby – 22 Steps to becoming a master storyteller.
  • “Self-Editing for Fiction Writers” by Renni Browne and Dave King – tips for editing your novel before you send it out
  • “Characters, Emotion & Viewpoint” by Nancy Kress – developing good characters
  • “Creating Character Arcs” by K. M. Wieland – help in developing strong characters
  • “The Emotional Craft of Fiction” by Donald Maass – writing advice from the owner of the Donald Maass Literary Agency
  • “On Writing” by Stephen King – advice and wisdom from the master storyteller
  • “Bird by Bird” by Ann Lamott - Advice on writing and on life from an acclaimed best selling author
  • “Eats, Shoots & Leaves” by Lynn Truss –Truss’s entertaining rant about punctuation and the intricacies of the English language













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