I subscribe to a few blogs and newsletters by excellent writers and editors.
I like reading the latest posts by these knowledgeable people.
I receive in my email a digest from Jane Friedman with several of the articles that appear on her blog. This one about how important book reviews are to writers is one I want to share with you.
A weekly digest of blog posts from JaneFriedman.com
Book reviews build symbolic capitalNew authors—certainly self-published authors—have no symbolic capital. They are not (yet) known for producing quality books that seduce readers to the degree that they are willing to part with some of their disposable income, not to mention time. Is it possible for self-publishing authors to create symbolic capital? Absolutely yes, and many have.
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I have subscribed to C. Hope Clark for many years and have never been disappointed in what she sends me. www.FundsforWriters.com
Hope receives letters and emails every day thanking her for all she does for writers. I know she has helped me. I subscribe to her newsletter and it comes in my Inbox. I always learn something from it. She writes exciting mysteries and has a big following. Look at some of her books and give one a read. You will come back for more.
I subscribe to a newsletter by Bobbie Christmas, a successful editor and writer who lives in the Atlanta region. http://www.zebraeditor.com/
I use her tips and advice in teaching my adult writing students, and I own her book, Purge Your Prose of Problems, an excellent guide for anyone who has questions about grammar, punctuation, proper format, and all those little issues that come up that no one remembers. She updates this book periodically to make sure her readers don't get left behind.
Another site any writer will like, I think, is Writer Unboxed.
http://writerunboxed.com/ They use a wide range of writers for their articles that help us continue on this journey we love.
I read others but will mention those later. Do you have favorite blogs or websites by writers that you read regularly? Tell us about them. We writers should help each other when we can.