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Click the image to find the Best Blogs for Writers to read in 2012! The list is put together by a Writer's Market editor, Robert Lee Brewer. If you're serious about writing, you'll want to check this out!

the Guardianfrom the Guardian

Ten rules for writing fiction

Margaret Atwood's rules on writing: "You most likely need a thesaurus, a rudimentary grammar book, and a grip on reality. This latter means: there's no free lunch. Writing is work. It's also gambling. You don't get a pension plan. Other people can help you a bit, but ­essentially you're on your own. ­Nobody is making you do this: you chose it, so don't whine." (Read more here:


Pixar’s Rules Of Storytelling…

Pixars Rules Of writing - GREAT advice for any one taking a creative writing class or for someone trying to beat writers block.


Reading This Is So Satisfying

so important to teach sentence fluency to all writers! I am SUCH a stickler for editing and making sure writing SOUNDS good and fluid! (Maybe I should have been an English teacher instead...Haha)

Taken from On Writing, by Stephen King: Description begins in the writer's imagination but should finish in the reader's. #Author Resource

The Write Practicefrom The Write Practice

How to Write a Short Story from Start to Finish

How to Write a Short Story from Start to Finish - #storytelling

<3 Is there a secret sin in your life? A promise you haven't kept? A debt you forgot to pay? You won't want to meet Mrs. Shackles. She is judge, jury, and executioner. Is she fair? Just? All-powerful? Wicked or good? No one is willing to say. If there be a wicked way in you, stay clear of the bend in the road that leads to Harrowing Lane.

YOU SURVIVED. But, is God’s enemy keeping you emotionally trapped in the past. Mariah’s rescue operation is encouraging, heart-warming, and at times rib-tickling funny. The divine-imparted steps that set a former survivor and a form...