Websites for Writers

download (4)There are many websites these days to help writers. Some websites help with writer’s block, others with grammar, but with so many to choose from, we thought we would make things easier and share some of our favorites.

The Story Starter: Every writer gets writer’s block at some point. When you can’t think of what to write, go to for over two billion writing prompts. With that many story starters, you are sure to find one that will give you the writing inspiration you are looking for.

Grammar Girl: The Grammar Girl website has the answers to all your grammar questions. This site clarifies any grammar dilemma you may have in simple explanations. It is perfect when you just want a quick answer to your grammar question as you are writing.

Goodreads: Goodreads is a website dedicated to books, authors and readers. It allows people to share their favorite books and it also allows authors to share their works. Authors can promote their books, talk to other authors and connect with editors and beta readers.

Pypeline Editing: There’s no harm in a little bit of self-promotion. Pypeline Editing has weekly blogs that offer writing and editing tips for writers as they work on their books. When you are ready to have your book edited by a professional, we can help with that as well.

We hope you enjoy these websites just as much as we do. Please share some of your favorite websites for writers on our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages.

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