The 100 Best Websites for Writers in 2016

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Internet overwhelm is real, guys. How many unread articles and blog posts do you have in your RSS reader? And what about those Facebook and Twitter feeds?

How do we keep track of it all? As writers, we want to keep up with the latest industry news, advice and opportunities, but we don’t have time to sift through everything happening in the online world.

That’s why we created this year’s list of the 100 Best Websites for Writers. Thanks to your suggestions, you’ve helped us curate hundreds of websites to bring you the best of the best. Many are tried-and-true favorites previously featured in our 2014 and 2015 lists, and we’re excited to have dozens of newcomers to showcase this year.

No matter what you want to accomplish in 2016, we’re sure you’ll find quality inspiration and resources.

We’ve broken this year’s list into seven categories: Blogging, entrepreneurship, creativity and craft, freelancing, marketing, publishing, and writing communities. All sites are listed in alphabetical order within their categories, and the numbers are for easy tracking (not ranking).

And if you’re looking to keep up with these sites on a daily basis, here’s an easy way to do that: we’ve compiled a Twitter list of all the websites in this post. Click here to subscribe via Twitter.

Warning: this list may inspire you to start your own website! If you want to start your own website or blog, here’s our step-by-step guide.

Sit back and explore. Cheers to the amazing resources you’ve helped us collect!


1. Be a Freelance Blogger

Sophie Lizard is here to teach you how to take your freelance blogging skills to pro level. Through her blog posts, free community and jobs board, you’ll be able to increase your blogging income and become an expert in your niche.

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2. Beyond Your Blog

Are you working to grow your blog audience? Beyond Your Blog provides practical tips and resources for getting published on other blogs and and in digital publications, so you can tap into new groups of engaged fans.

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3. Boost Blog Traffic

In the big blogosphere, it’s hard to stand out and let your voice be heard over the noise. Jon Morrow and the Boost Blog Traffic team offer a wealth of resources to increase traffic to your site and build community — without sacrificing quality content.

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4. Copyblogger

Take your content marketing, SEO and community building skills to the next level with Copyblogger’s library of free ebooks, blog posts, forums and more. It’s a leading resource for professional blogging from the creators of the Rainmaker Platform for digital marketing.

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5. ProBlogger

It’s a trustworthy blog about how to blog. Founder Darren Rowse and the ProBlogger team bring you all the latest news and tips to build a better blog. This site offers extensive resources on how to monetize your blog as well as a job board constantly updated with new opportunities.

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6. Sark e-Media

With practical and motivational articles and a free 30-day blogging challenge, Sarah and Kevin Arrow help bloggers gain confidence in their writing so they can get the recognition and reach they deserve.

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7. The Daily Post

You’ve picked out a website name, a theme, and have your WordPress site all set up — now what? At The Daily Post, the WordPress team helps you navigate your growth as a professional writer, with daily writing prompts, interviews with successful bloggers, writing and photo challenges, and WordPress tips.

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8. Aerogramme Writers’ Studio

Aerogramme Writers’ Studio keeps you up to date on writing news and opportunities, including contests, calls for submission, and MFA programs. The blog also contains tons of articles on the art of writing.

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9. Ann Kroeker

Author and writing coach Ann Kroeker is on a mission to help writers reach their goals by maximizing curiosity, creativity and productivity. Her website is home to numerous blog posts, podcasts and resources for writers.

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10. A Writer’s Path

Author Ryan Lanz’s website is a wealth of information for aspiring authors. His blog features frequent guest posts, and his Writer’s Toolbox is constantly updated with his favorite picks for websites, blogs, music, apps and people.

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11. Bane of Your Resistance

Using research in the creative process and neuroscience, Rosanne Bane takes on the big issue of writing resistance in all its forms: writer’s block, procrastination, perfectionism and more. Her weekly posts offer science-backed fixes to common problems for writers.

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12. Brain Pickings

Maria Popova created Brain Pickings to document her intellectual, creative and spiritual growth. It’s an exploration into the brilliant discoveries of different disciplines, and how we can “cross-pollinate” these ideas to move us forward in creative thinking.

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13. C. S. Lakin’s Live Write Thrive

Author, editor and writing coach C. S. Lakin loves helping writers get their manuscripts ready for publication. On Live Write Thrive, she writes about proper scene structure, character development, editing and crafting a fantastic story.

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14. Elizabeth Spann Craig

Prolific mystery author Elizabeth Spann Craig blogs about all things relevant to a writer’s life, including public speaking, productivity, gaining visibility and connecting with the wider author community. Her weekly roundup of writing articles is also a reader favorite.

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15. Fiction University

Janice Hardy understands that there’s no “right” way to write. So instead of giving advice on what writers should be doing, she explains how you can make industry rules work for you. With new articles and guest columns every day, you’ll gain valuable insight into the book-writing and publishing process.

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16. Ink and Quills

With more than 10 years of studying the craft of writing under her belt, Kaitlin Hillerich created Ink and Quills to help other writers reach their novel-writing goals and tell beautiful stories. With blog posts, worksheets, ebooks and courses, there’s tons to explore.

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17. Inky Girl

Inky Girl is the place for children’s book writers and illustrators. Debbie Ridpath Ohi shares original comics, interviews with industry experts, and advice on telling unique stories. Her series on writing picture books is a reader favorite.

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18. KidLit411

KidLit411 is the ultimate place for children’s writers and illustrators. Founders Elaine Kearns and Sylvia Liu curate the latest in the industry, including new blogs, conferences, awards, writing challenges, publishing resources. They also post weekly author and illustrator interviews and have a thriving facebook community.

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19. Live Write Breathe

Live with passion, write well, and remember to breathe. These are the core principles of author Janalyn Voigt’s site, where she reminds aspiring authors that only when we lead a passionate life can we properly fuel our writing and succeed.

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20. Positive Writer

In the pursuit of creating work that matters, all writers get stuck from time to time. Doubts can creep in, and it’s sometimes hard to get back on track. Bryan Hutchinson offers motivating blog posts to help you move beyond writing paralysis and finish the work you set out to create.

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21. ProWritingAid

The ProWritingAid blog is all about transforming good writing into great writing. From grammar tips, writing techniques, and software recommendations, this blog is a great resource if you’re looking to polish your prose.

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22. Script

For more than 15 years, Script has been the top place to go for inside information on writing for film and television. With how-to articles, interviews, podcasts, influencer columns, webinars, courses and resource directories, you’ll find everything you need to keep up with the industry.

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23. Susan Dennard

In her blog and newsletter, author Susan Dennard shares her secrets: from planning your novel and  maximizing productivity, to facing writing fears and getting published.

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24. The Write Practice

The number one thing all successful writers have in common? Practice. At The Write Practice, Joe Bunting and his team help you develop your writing rhythm and grow into your voice and identity as a writer.

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25. Witty Title Here

Witty Title Here is the blog “For female writers who give a damn,” offering writing advice, inspiration, writer spotlights, and more — all with a feminist twist. This site also publishes reader-submitted pieces and is a great place for writers who are just starting out and finding their voice.  

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26. Write or Die

Writer Mandy Wallace believes that when it comes to writing, don’t wait to become inspired or for luck to strike. Just “Show up, shut up, and write,” and sooner or later it will all come together. Wallace’s blog documents the writing lessons she’s learned and offers practical guides for upgrading your own writing.

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27. Writers Helping Writers

Authors Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi are dedicated to creating one-of-a-kind resources that writers will actually use. Their books and blog posts focus on helping writers become better storytellers, and their One Stop For Writers library is teeming with tools for planning, researching and writing your book.

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28. Writers In The Storm

Just like their characters during perilous times, writers must weather the storm of their profession — and shifting industry tides. Run by a group of authors, the Writers In The Storm blog provides inspiration and tips for writers during all stages of the process.

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29. Writer Unboxed

Frustrated their analytical articles about books and movies were rejected, founders Therese Walsh and Kathleen Bolton decided to create Writer Unboxed in 2006 so they could freely publish their observations. It has since grown into a thriving community where writers of all levels can contribute their thoughts on the craft of writing.

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30. Write to Done

Write to Done is all about learning to write well. Founder Mary Jaksch brings the age-old advice to keep writing to a whole new level, noting that it’s not practice that makes you a better writer — it’s practice directed in a positive way.

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31. Author Media

A writer’s website should be robust enough to support their growing online platform, but also simple to use. The team at Author Media is made of web designers, coders, and social media managers who share tips, resources, and plug-ins for fantastic author websites.

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32. High-Income Business Writing

In the High-Income Business Writing podcast and blog, Ed Gandia brings you everything you need to know about building a successful career in commercial writing. With over a decade of experience, he lets you in on the strategies and secrets of various  industries so you can find great clients and command top fees.

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33. Men with Pens

In the world of business, content is king — and that means your content creation, blogging, and online marketing have to be on point. Men with Pens, led by James Chartrand, has over 1,000 blog posts to help with all your content marketing, website-writing and small-business needs.

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34. Paid to Exist

Jonathan Mead at Paid to Exist believes you can and should get paid for doing the things you’re passionate about. His blog, training programs and resource “backpack” can help you create a career you love on your own terms.

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35. Penelope Trunk

Penelope Trunk has founded four startups, and she knows a thing or two around building community. Read her blog for life advice, career advice, and everything inbetween.

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36. Productive Flourishing

Productive Flourishing is the place for “doers,” the people who are ready to use their creative talents to help themselves and the world around them. At Productive Flourishing, you’ll learn about the new world of work and how to thrive in it.

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37. Riskology

To be a great entrepreneur and make your mark in this world, you have to be able to own who you are and believe in yourself. The team at Riskology presents science-backed strategies for embracing who you are and going for your goals.

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38. Seth Godin

Seth Godin’s daily bits of wisdom on business, marketing and life help you approach your work in new ways. His posts never fail to  inspire an energy to “Go, make something happen.” No matter your industry, Godin’s blog is not to be overlooked.

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39. Side Hustle Nation

At Side Hustle Nation, you’ll learn how to take your tiny entrepreneurial streak and propel yourself to full financial freedom. Nick Loper’s blog and podcast spotlight different types of side gigs, along with case studies to fuel your business savvy.

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40. The Creative Penn

Author Joanna Penn has built a best-selling writing career, and she wants to help you do it, too. Her site has a wealth of resources on self-publishing and platform-building — from her articles and ebooks to her popular podcast library of author interviews.

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41. The Identity

At The Identity, Lis Dingjan and her team help entrepreneurs build beautiful websites, courses, applications and systems. Her blog is an archive of her thoughts about system development, creativity, entrepreneurship, marketing, and going for your goals.

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42. Untamed Writing

“Your life is YOUR life. You should be able to do whatever you want with it.” So says Karen Marston, founder of Untamed Writing, her internet home for helping people build a freelance writing career they love without having to sacrifice their freedom. Here you’ll find a full archive of blog posts, resources, and courses to develop your writing skills, fearlessly approach clients, and maintain a successful career.

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43. Writing Happiness

You have a great online business and an active blog. Now it’s time to up the ante and create some digital products. Look no further than Marya Jan’s website for guidance on creating ebooks and online courses.

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44. About Freelance Writing

This site lives up to its name, with hundreds of practical posts on how to market your skills, price your projects, and deal with the nitty-gritty aspects of a freelance business. Around for more than  a decade, About Freelance Writing is a tried and true favorite for many writers.

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45. Comps & Calls

On the first of each month, Cathy Bryant posts an extensive list of competitions, contests and calls for submission. She notes whether they’re paid or not, for quick skimming. This site is a great one-stop-shop for all recent writing opportunities.

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46. Freelancer FAQs

You have questions, they have answers. Team members and  guest contributors at Freelancer FAQs address all the things you’ve ever wanted to know about freelance life, including marketing, getting started, recommended resources, money management and more.

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47. Freelancers Union

You live to write, but remember that as a freelancer, you’re also an independent business owner. This means dealing with contracts, handling your own health insurance, figuring out taxes and more. The Freelancers Union is the major hub for everything having to do with living a great freelancer life.

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48. Freelance Writers Academy

The founders of Freelance Writers Academy say enough is enough when it comes to low wages and content mills. In this community of freelancers helping freelancers, you’ll find valuable advice and resources for freelance business building as well as employment leads.

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49. Freelance Writing

It’s been around since 1997 and is still going strong: Freelance Writing has an extensive archive of articles, tutorials, media and resources all geared to helping you build a successful career. Its jobs listings are updated daily, so you’re always in the know about new opportunities.

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50. Freelance Writing Jobs

With a job board updated daily and more than eight years of freelance writing and blogging tips, this site is a favorite for writers all over the world. It’s regularly updated with all the latest trends and resources freelancers should know about.

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51. FundsforWriters

Hope Clark believes writing can be a realistic career for all writers. Her weekly newsletter lists the best competitions, grants and other well-paying markets, and her platform has grown to include a blog and a bi-weekly paid newsletter with even more high-paying opportunities per issue.

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52. LittleZotz Writing

Lauren Tharp has found a way to write as a freelancer full time and is dedicated to helping other writers do the same. With bi-monthly newsletters and blog posts along with a brand new podcast, LittleZotz is a great source of practical tips for your freelance life.

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53. Make a Living Writing

At Make a Living Writing, Carol Tice is dedicated to helping writers move up from low-paying marketings and start earning more from their work. With her blog, ebooks, and paid community, you’ll find awesome advice, support and resources to grow as a freelance writer.

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54. Productive Writers

As a full-time freelance writer, John Soares loves what he does. But he’s also interested in getting the most out of life and not having to work around the clock. At Productive Writers, he shares strategies to help freelancers get high-paying gigs, finish them quickly and get back to life.

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55. The International Freelancer

Freelancing isn’t the same everywhere in the world. Mridu Khullar Relph created The International Freelancer to provide targeted advice and resources to freelancers who work outside of the U.S. and U.K. This community is also a great source of support for U.S.-based writers looking to break into the global market.  

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56. The Middle Finger Project

Above all else in your freelance career, you want to build a business that feels good, is fun, and is totally you. Ash Ambirge provides an entertaining (and often NSFW) take on being fearless in your business ventures and dealing with the hard stuff in a bada** way.

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57. The Renegade Writer

We often think that to be successful, we have to follow the rules and play the game. At the Renegade Writer, Linda Formichelli offers advice on breaking into the world of writing by breaking the rules. If you’re looking to build a freelance writing career on your own terms, this is the site for you.

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58. Winning Writers

Winning Writers is a go-to source for information about contests for poets and writers. It sponsors four annual contests and keeps tabs on many other writing competitions. Subscription

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59. Build Book Buzz

When it comes to book publicity and marketing, you can definitely DIY it. Author and public-relations star Sandra Beckwith provides articles, training programs and other resources that help take the guesswork out of book marketing.

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60. Giving Voice to Your Story

We all have a story — a key message we want to share with the world. Through her blog and corresponding radio show, Dorit Sasson helps writers, entrepreneurs and thought leaders build a trusting relationship with their audience so they can share their message and reach new levels of success.

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61. Jessica Lawlor

Don’t let low confidence get in the way of your marketing success. Join Jessica Lawlor and the #GetGutsy community to find inspiration and tips on how to step outside your comfort zone and go for your goals.

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62. Kikolani

Founder Kristi Hines  brings you the latest strategies, trends and how-tos in digital marketing. Kikolani is a must-have resource for business and professional bloggers who want to make their brands stand out.

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63. Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt is the bestselling author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World, and his blog will help you do just that. Read for tips and resources about personal development, productivity, leadership, influence and more.

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64. Quicksprout

Recognized as a top entrepreneur and influencer by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and even President Obama, Neil Patel is definitely a go-to guy for all things online marketing. He’s helped companies like Amazon and NBC increase their revenue, and his insanely useful content is sure to help your business as well.

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65. Shelley Hitz

Shelley Hitz believes everyone has a message, and she’s on a mission to help you reach your target audience and build your author platform. With her blog posts, podcast, and Author Audience Academy, you’ll find tons of content on book writing, publishing, and marketing.

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66. Social Triggers

To be successful in business, you’ve got to be able to persuade. At Social Triggers, marketing expert Derek Halpern shares his best tips, strategies and scripts for growing your audience and making the sale. His techniques are data driven, using the latest finds in psychology and social behavior.

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67. The Story of Telling

Bernadette Jiwa says the secret sauce to great marketing is building context and understanding between you and your audience. Read her blog if you see marketing as not just a department, but also part of a holistic — and successful — entrepreneurial experience.

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68. Author.Pub

Getting published is hard, and it only gets more complicated with a rapidly growing and shifting industry. That’s where Author.Pub steps in: helping aspiring authors manage the overwhelm of the publishing and marketing process through blog posts, guides and directories of trusted names and companies in book publishing.

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69. Bent on Books

The Bent on Books blog is run by Jenny Bent and a team of literary agents. Every month, they share their agent “wishlist” — the types of books they are looking to represent — as well as advice on marketing, publishing, working with an agent and more.

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70. Better Novel Project

Christine Frazier takes a scientific approach to writing a best-selling novel. She deconstructs popular books to pinpoint the common elements they share. These findings are then incorporated into the “master outline” for a better, research-backed novel.  Follow along for insights on plot, word counts and character development.

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71. Blots & Plots

Founder and author Jenny Bravo offers personal anecdotes and guidance for writers who want to take a leap into the publishing world. The blog itself reads like a story, so it’s best to start at the very beginning to watch Bravo’s own publishing process unfold.

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72. Goins, Writer

Best-selling author Jeff Goins created his site to inspire others to awaken to their creative gifts and develop their true voices. Through his blog posts, podcasts, and newsletters you’ll get an inside peek into the life of a successful creative professional, as well as practical advice for pursuing your own art.

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73. Go Teen Writers

Stephanie Morrill knows a love of writing often starts at a young age. That’s why she created Go Teen Writers: to provide encouragement, community and wisdom to aspiring teen writers who want to learn more about how to finish a novel and get it published.

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74. Guide to Literary Agents (Writer’s Digest)

One of the most popular blogs in publishing, Chuck Sambuchino’s Guide to Literary Agents is the go-to place for all types of information on finding literary agents, sending query letters, building an author platform and marketing your book.

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75. Helping Writers Become Authors

Consider K. M. Weiland your writing and publishing mentor. With hundreds of blog posts, instructional e-books, and an exclusive e-letter, her website is the perfect place to find the answers to all your burning questions. She also responds to every email she receives (really!) about writing, publishing and marketing fiction.

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76. How to Plan, Write and Develop a Book

Through her blog posts, weekly writing exercises, and 12-week book development courses, Mary Carroll Moore is devoted to helping writers bring their novels to fruition so they can move forward in the publishing process.

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77. Indies Unlimited

Indies Unlimited is an overwhelming source of writing, publishing, tools and news resources for independent authors. With thousands of blog posts and weekly features like Tuesday Tutorials and Thrifty Thursday, you’ll always be able to learn something new.

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78. Jane Friedman

Former publisher Jane Friedman explores the intersection of publishing, authorship, and the digital age. With more than 15 years in the industry, Friedman knows her stuff — and her blog is a wealth of information on how to embrace the “future of authorship.”

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79. Jody Hedlund, Author

Follow along on Jody Hedlund’s writing journey. Her blog is full of advice, encouragement, and inspiration about writing and surviving today’s challenging publishing industry.

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80. Lisa Romeo Writes

Non-fiction and freelance writer Lisa Romeo blogs on various helpful topics, like how to reclaim your writing life, get through troublesome pieces and navigate the business of writing. Her biggest piece of advice? Write first, and read blogs second!

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81. Literary Rambles

At Literary Rambles, blog partners Casey McCormick and Natalie Aguirre interview and highlight children’s book authors, literary agents and agencies. Get an inside look at the world of children’s book publishing.

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82. Nail Your Novel

On Nail Your Novel, bestselling ghostwriter and book doctor Roz Morris shares her best traditional and self-publishing tips as well as musings on the writing process. Be sure to check out her radio show “So You Want to Be a Writer?”

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83. Novel Publicity

The team at Novel Publicity believes every story should be told, and have its own platform and loyal fans. With that core belief in mind, it provides guidance on writing, marketing and publishing. Posts cover everything from social media strategy and book design to finances and author blogging.

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84. Rachelle Gardner

Rachelle Gardner’s website is one of the most popular literary-agent blogs. Her blog archive is a great resource for sound advice on how to find and partner with the right agent, hone your elevator pitch, write a query letter and more.

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85. She’s Novel

It took Kristen Kieffer two and a half years to finish her first draft — then she realized she had made every mistake in the book. She vowed not to let these personal lessons go to waste, so she created She’s Novel, a blog and resource hub that helps writers more-easily navigate the journey of crafting brilliant novels.

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86. Standoutbooks

You’ve written your book. Now what? Standoutbooks has tons of articles, templates, tools and resource recommendations for getting your book published and marketed to the max. Be sure to grab your free Book Marketing Plan and Press Release templates.

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87. Terribleminds

If you’re looking for the honest — and often hilariously vulgar — truth about writing, Chuck Wendig is your guy. He’s not afraid to say what we’re all really thinking, which makes Terribleminds the perfect place to gain some writing confidence and get back to creating.

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88. The Book Deal

Established editor and industry insider Alan Rinzler offers advice on traditional publishing, self-publishing, landing an agent, marketing and more.

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89. The Kill Zone

At The Kill Zone, you get access to the minds of 11 top suspense writers and publishing professionals. Each day brings new blog posts and insights into publishing, marketing and the writing craft.

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90. The Passive Voice

Navigating publisher and writing contracts? Want to brush up on your knowledge of intellectual property litigation? Attorney David Vandagriff offers his (sometimes snarky) musings on the legal side of the writing business.

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91. The World’s Greatest Book

You have a fantastic manuscript, and now it’s time to make it into a beautiful book. Author, editor and graphic designer Dave Bricker offers straight talk on the book production and publishing business, with insights on book design, typography and marketing.

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92. Writability

YA writer and soon-to-be-published author Ava Jae has made Writability her internet home for five years, sharing vlogs, book reviews, writing tips and how-tos, and blog posts about her own journey to getting published.

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93. 1st 10 Pages

First impressions count, and that rule still applies in the writing world. At 1st 10 Pages, writers can post the first 10 pages of their work, to be anonymously reviewed by established industry insiders. Submit the beginning of your novel or movie script and see if you’re hitting the mark.

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94. Fiction Writers Group

This Facebook group of nearly 10,000 traditional, self-published and indie authors has been around since 2009. It’s a popular source of community and camaraderie without slimy self-promotion. The community also publishes three anthologies a year.

Check out their member guidelines here.

95. Scribophile

At Scribophile, you’re sure to get high quality feedback on your work. The community works on a “karma points” system, in which you spend points in order to submit your writing, and receive points when you provide exceptional critiques. Scribophile also hosts free writing contests and hosts an active forum.

Learn more about Scribophile here.

96. She Writes

Over 27,000 writers of all levels of expertise have joined this buzzing community, founded by author Kamy Wicoff. At She Writes you can create your own profile, build your network, share your work, get expert advice and feedback and discuss all types of things in the forum.

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97. Two Drops of Ink

Two Drops of ink is a literary blog accepting submissions from writers of almost any genre. The editors also post book reviews and blog posts about writing and the publishing industry.

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98. Wattpad

At Wattpad, “Stories are made social.” Hailed as the world’s largest community of writers and readers, members are free to post and read original stories and engage in conversation with each other. This is a great platform to build buzz around your writing.

Join the community here.

99. Write On

The Amazon Kindle platform has branched out, creating an ultimate online community for writers at any stage of the creative process. Here you can talk shop on everything having to do with writing and publishing, and you can submit your writing and ideas for reviews and feedback.

Start on the writer’s forum.

100. Yeah Write

To spotlight smaller blogs, Yeah Write hosts weekly writing challenges for nonfiction, fiction and poetry, and microstories. The entire community gets to vote on the most impressive stories and discover new favorite writers.

Check out the writing challenges of the week.

What writing sites would you add to this list? Did we include all your favorites?

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  1. Thrilled to be nominated – thanks, Marisol!

    • Thank YOU for having an awesome website! Congrats!

      The Write Life Team

    • Yes, you have an amazing blog! All the winners actually, you have to offer something of value to have been recognized! Another great idea for writers to gain exposure is through writing contests like:

    • This roster is indeed a worthwhile resource–difficult to find decent blogs related to writing. So much of it is oriented toward SELLING you something.

      Regarding my own blog, I set out to document the reality of being a professional writer, someone who toils ceaselessly at his craft (and is always terrified he’s never good enough). I’ve been an author for over thirty years, have eleven books and dozens of magazine and anthology appearances…and yet there isn’t a morning when I don’t approach my home office with fear and anticipation.

      The task of writing daily–I only take Christmas off–is daunting and exhausting and I think it’s important for aspiring writers to know the toll it will take on their mind/body/soul. And it doesn’t get any easier, there are no retirement benefits and if you’re looking for praise and affirmation…er…

  2. Really bummed I didn’t make the list this year, but I see a lot of familiar faces on this one. Congrats, everyone

  3. I’m an admin from Fiction Writers Group! How awesome to see our community up there! 😀 Thank you!

  4. Honoured and excited to be featured again. Thanks Marisol and all you other lovely people at The Write Life!

    • Thank you for having such a great website and for offering such valuable advice to our readers! 🙂

      The Write Life Team

  5. Hi Marisol,

    Excellent post and great resources.

    Thanks a lot!

  6. This is an amazing act of generousity and abundant thinking. Thank you.

  7. Thanks for including my other site, FreelancerFAQs on the list! I was shocked and surprised when I found out!

    • Hi Elna,

      We love FreelancerFAQs! Great format for awesome advice. 🙂

      Congrats on making the list!

      The Write Life Team

  8. Bummed we didn’t make the list this year, but we will next year. I’m glad to see ProWritingAid and Indies Unlimited made the list, however, along with all of the others. Congratulations!

    • It was tough to narrow it down this year, but we still love your website! Cheers to a great writing year for all. 🙂

      The Write Life Team

  9. I’m pleased to be included. From the community at A Writer’s path, we appreciate the feature!

  10. Honored to make this list again–there are just so many terrific resources here for writers, and so nice to have them all in one place. Thank you so much for working so hard to put it all together. 🙂

    Happy writing,


  11. I’m so honored to see my site on the list. Thank you so much!

    Sandra Beckwith

  12. Hi Marisol, thank you so much for including Sark eMedia in your incredible resource for writers. I love some of the newcomers you’ve added and am off to add them to myy reader.

  13. Congratulations to the Top 100! I’m especially excited to see Shelley Hitz’ name on this prestigious list. Her website, includes a repository of information every author needs to write, publish and promote their books. Because of her teachings, I’m writing my first book, something I never thought I would do!
    Bravo Shelley!

  14. Thank you for this useful list!!! So happy seeing Sark eMedia on the blogging section. I am one of the lucky bloggers who learned soooo much from Sarah & Kevin Arrow. They are simply amazing and I will never stop praising what they are doing for everyone.

  15. Thank for to Marisol and The Write Life community for including She’s Novel among such wonderful authors and creators. I’m incredibly honored!

    • You’re welcome, Kristen! Thank you for providing such great advice and content to your readers!

      The Write Life Team

  16. I’m thrilled (but not surprised) to see Ann Kroeker in the top 10. Great list!

  17. Yay! So excited to be on the list and can’t wait to check out the others on the list! Thanks for creating the Twitter list – great idea.

    • Congratulations, Susan! Thank you for standing out in the writing community. 🙂 We hope the Twitter list will be helpful!

      The Write Life Team

  18. Thanks so much for including Witty Title Here! It’s an honor to be in such great company with some of my favorite sites (plus a bunch of others I’ll be adding to my feed).

  19. What a great list! Thank you so much for including me!

  20. Annette Gardner says:

    What a bizarre list – a lot of blogs with only one-way communication, but no mention of *actual* writer communities such as or

    • Many of these sites have associated communities such as Facebook groups, forums etc.

    • Hi Annette,

      Thanks so much for your comment! It was tough this year to get our list down to 100. All of the websites on the list are reader-nominated, so we appreciate any and all suggestions for future lists! Thank you for letting us know about and If you have any more suggestions, feel free to send them our way!

      The Write Life Team

  21. Thanks for including me! This is an interesting, varied list — I see a few new ones I want to check out… 😉

    • Happy to have you, Carol! Thank you for being so helpful to your community. Happy writing! 🙂

      The Write Life Team

  22. We appreciate the recognition at Winning Writers!

  23. Wow, a thorough and EXCELLENT list of resources – many thanks!

    Two thumbs WAY UP to Shelley Hitz; I’m enjoying and benefitting greatly from her many resources!

  24. I am so excited to see Shelley Hitz on this list! Shelley has been an inspiration to me as she inspires me to take action! Her site and her program Author Audience Academy are my go to place for answers to all of my writing and publishing questions.

    Good for you Shelley!

  25. We are thrilled and honored to be on the list. Two Drops of Ink is also taking submissions. We support, promote and encourage our guest writers. So, if your site didn’t make the list, consider a guest blog.

    • Congratulations, Marilyn! Thank you for providing great content and being so supportive of your community.

      The Write Life Team

  26. What an incredible list of resources! So happy to see Jenny Bravo’s ‘Blots and Plots’ listed – she’s an incredible writer and offers her readers some great advice, plus a fantastic sense of community.

    I was also just wondering if this list includes any Australian writers’ sites?

    • Thanks so much, Helen! We’re glad to hear you like the list. 🙂

      That’s a great question about Australian writers. Many of these sites are run by groups of writers from all over—I’m sorry I didn’t keep tabs on specifics! If you have any recommendations for great Australian writers’ sites, we’d love to hear from you!

      The Write Life Team

      • Hi Marisol,

        Thanks so much for your reply!

        As for Aussie recommendations, myself and a team of dedicated creative writers run Writer’s Edit ( which provides writing advice, industry news and feature articles, as well as a short story and poem of the month.

        The Australian Capital Terriory (ACT) Writers’ Centre also runs a really insightful blog called Capital Letters ( that often goes behind the scenes of a writer’s life.

        Would love to know what you think!



  27. We are honored and humbled to be among some fantastic writers and bloggers on this list. Scott Biddulph | Editor-in-Chief, Two Drops of Ink

    • Congratulations, Scott! Thank you for providing such an excellent resource to your community.

      The Write Life Team

  28. Fantastic list. Please consider mine next time around: Writing.Rocks. Thanks for the inspiring resource.

    • Hi Marcia, thanks for the recommendation! Can’t wait to check out your site. 🙂

      The Write Life Team

  29. Thanks for compiling this list. I recognise several I already follow, and I’ve spent some time checking out the rest.

    PS: I know there are a lot of gurus who preach about how to create a great site that attracts and gathers visitors (hoping to sell products or services), however some of the things they suggest make the site appear too commercial and become a turn off to the average visitor (or fan). Ads that pop into my face and want my name and email address as soon as I arrive are ones I x-out of immediately. The pop-up is rude. There was a time when the Internet would block pop-up ads, but lately, they seem to be everywhere.

    I got a nasty virus last spring from a pop-up ad, and I don’t care to repeat that ordeal.

    • Thanks for sharing your experience, Diane! So glad to hear you like the list. 🙂

      The Write Life Team

  30. Thank you for including Better Novel Project! YAY! I love that you made a twitter list to follow!!

    Thanks again,

  31. Well compiled list! What, no travel writing section? Well, never mind, go to to get your travel writing & blogging fix.

  32. Thanks for including my blog again! So many great resources here. I’ll be sharing the list, and checking out those that are new to me.

  33. Thanks you so much for naming my site on The 100 Best Websites for Writers! I’m truly honored to be in such great company.

    • Of course, Mandy! Thank you for providing such great content to your community. Happy writing!

      The Write Life Team

  34. What a delightful surprise to find my name on this “best of” list – honored to be included!

  35. Wonderful list! Thanks for including Live Write Breathe.

  36. Thanks so much for including Literary Rambles. We’re thrilled!

    • No problem, Natalie! Thank you for providing such a great resource to our writers. 🙂

      The Write Life Team

  37. I commend you for including Shelley Hitz of Author Audience Academy. If you’re looking for a writing coach you can trust to provide comprehensive training and first-rate support, you won’t find a better resource.

  38. Love Shelley Hitz and this list! Thanks so much for sharing this great list of resources.

  39. Thank you for including Comps and Calls! I am so thrilled! It’s lovely to see Hope’s Funds for Writers and Adam’s Winning Writers up there too. I plan to visit the sites that I don’t yet know. What a marvellous resource this list is! Thanks again!

    • Thanks so much, Cathy! I’m glad to hear you’ve found some new sites to check out!

      The Write Life Team

  40. Awesome list. I hope to get on it one day soon.

  41. Honestly my biggest problem with #50 Freelance Writing Jobs, is that many of the links end up taking you to, which seems legit after some research, but charges a fee. That is daunting right there. I am not paying a fee just to look at what jobs are available. I get SSD & just lost my part-time job at a club, so writing is all I have. I certainly can’t shell out money to find a job.

  42. Wow! I’m so honored to be on this list—thank you so much for including Writability! 🙂

  43. Hi,
    thank you for the great list!

    It felt good to see many familiar names, and I’m very excited about getting to know the blogs I haven’t met before.

    I haven’t seen Anne R. Allen’s blog on your list — it’s one of my favorite places to visit. Anne’s just moved from Blogger to a self-hosted WordPress blog:

    Thanks again, great to have all the info in one place,


  44. Hey, thanks for including Men with Pens on this list – 3 times’ the charm! I see I’m in very good company, and you have some great folk and fantastic resources listed in this post, for all types of writers.

    Also, I love that you guys do this list. I know exactly how much work goes into collecting all the information from readers and sites, so I tip my hat your way.

    (I’d send you thank-you wine too, but customs won’t let that slip across the border…)

    • Hi James,

      We love Men with Pens! Thanks for continuing to provide such great advice and resources to your community 🙂

      We’re so glad you like the list–it’s one of our favorite things to publish each year. 🙂

      We raise our virtual wine glass to you!

      Marisol + The Write Life Team

  45. Congrats on those that made the list. Hopefully my blog ( will make the list next year!

  46. It’s truly an honor to be included in this list. I’m on my way to check out several intriguing sites that are new to me.

    • Congratulations, John! Thank you for providing such great content to your readers. 🙂

      Marisol + The Write Life Team

  47. Thanks for the list. I’ve been searching for the sites where I can earn from writing. It’s a big help. I’m going to try them.

  48. We’re honored to be included on this list alongside some other fantastic websites, many of which we read regularly and many that we have yet to explore. Thanks for putting it all together.

    Co-founder, Standoutbooks

  49. So thrilled to be included on this list (I’m #60) among with many amazing others that I still need to read about!
    Thank you so much for including my site!
    Dorit Sasson
    Giving Voice to Your Story

  50. Still hoping the Insecure Writer’s Support Group makes it one of these years.

  51. Great resource you’ve provided. Thanks very much. I’ll take a look.

    Appreciated your visit to The Write Game on this Insecure Wednesday!

  52. SO happy to be included on this list- thank you for the wonderful recognition!

  53. Some of our favourite blogs here, pity no mention of Now Novel 😉

  54. One of these days I will get on these end-of-year lists, I swear!

  55. I have so many tabs open now haha Great post! I just found your blog and its amazing! Cannot wait to read the e book because it is the one question I ve been trying to get an answer to! Thank you so much! Real quality work here!

  56. Sanjib Kumar Tripathy says:

    Thanks for so much useful information for, especially budding, writers. Hope your endeavour bears sweet fruits. All the best.

  57. Wow! a great list. I don’t know which one should I follow! It could be better if you have categorize to different niches. For instance I’m writhing about technology, but it’s hard to find the exact expert to follow and get to learn tips.

    A fresh thanks.

  58. Thanks for the great list. My urgent need is to get websites to help writers to publish in Nigeria. Any help? It would be appreciated.

  59. helpful article..

  60. Such an incredible and humbling list! Thanks so much for including Writers In The Storm. I’ve made sure that the badge links back to here – we just found out there was a glitch. 🙂

  61. Patrick Williams says:

    Thank you! This is a great list. The only thing I would add to it is instaFreebie. They offer a simple platform for securely distributing content and newsletter list building.

  62. HI…
    i am one of the guy from india .. i want to become top class entrepreneur and blogger in coming future but at present i am in deft so, i just want to say that i want to do sponsored post & marketing your sites for about 12-14 hour’s per day for just $2-$8 per day with great effort and passion … please help this startup entrepreneur for future success by relying on my email… .. i have both skill & will for success please i just want your help…hoping of your response
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  63. Awesome work Marisol..
    Being a beginner in content writing, I am searching for fantastic tools that can promote my content all over the world and thereby generate huge amount of traffic..It is because of your article that now i would become a successful blogger. Thanks for this superb list!

  64. Congrats to everyone! I see all my peers and friends made the list and I couldnt agree more, they deserve this honor. Plus it’s a very informative list for writers, I appreciate the categorizing. Well-selected winners indeed! Maybe next year will be the year my blog joins my friends. Years of hard work and dedication will pay off one day- *whistles “just keep swimming” to self* lol ?

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  66. Thanks for sharing the 100 Best Websites for Writers in’s helps for the online workers.

  67. Once again you’ve delivered with a wonderful list. I use this as a resource for writing my blog and sharing information on social media. You’ve made my job so much easier! Thanks!

  68. Great list! Really useful thanks 🙂

  69. I appreciate your adding Go Teen Writers- I feel as though many adults discount our writing for the simple matter of age, but as a teen writer myself we don’t just write fanfiction. For that simple matter of age, we go through different experiences every day, and that I believe gives us a unique voice. Thank you!

  70. Where’s BarelyHare Books?! Writing a lot longer than a lot of these, and some seriously profound help. My story/character writing as a character designer has been greatly helped as a result.

  71. Thanks so much for putting this list together! I’m a new author and just getting my feet wet building my online presence. This list is a great resource for me.


    C.L. Wells

  72. Wow, what a great post!! Really amazing! Just discover your website, I’ll surely will visit it again!

  73. Laura LeighAnne says:

    Marisol: Oh, the time, research, and effort you put into this. Thanks for coming up with this site! I will be leaving my final corporate/professional job in Spring to write full-time, and it looks like you just showed me how to do that. Thanks a lot!

  74. this is a great web and i will use it all the time for writing class

  75. Superb! This list is just the right one and every writer should refer to it atleast once. Thanks for sharing.

  76. Marisol, what a great list. Either you’re super organized, or this took you ages. Or both!
    Whichever it was, thanks.

    If your writing site is then it looks like you’ve been hacked. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. But maybe there’s an article in the recovery story?

    Best wishes,

  77. Great post … i am searching such kind of post … Big thanks to u
    keep posting !!

  78. Wow! What an interesting, comprehensive and useful list. I look forward to exploring. Thanks so much.

  79. Hi there!

    i am really amazed to see such a huge list of sites. i was literally now aware of almost every site.

    Thanks for sharing with us


  80. Add The Golden Cricket to your list!

    In her blog, author Amie Irene Winters, shares tips from planning your novel, self-publishing vs. traditional publishing advice, dealing with criticism, to increasing productivity.

  81. I really like Idea to listing writters at one place.
    Dr. Gleb (Writter) is the founder of the non-profit organization Intentional Insights that empowers people to refine and reach their goals by providing research-based content to help improve thinking, feeling, and behavior patterns.

    Also Intentional Insights helps people by selling Inspirational quotes Tshirts. All profits will go to charitable causes dedicated to effective giving and rational thinking.

  82. This is an extremely thorough list. And thanks for segmenting them based on industries.

  83. Dianne Davis says:

    I vote for Two Drops of Ink as one of the 100 best writing sites.

  84. Marisol, Thanks a lot for share this post. I have received 100 Best Websites for Writers from this post. I am really surprised.

  85. I don’t know if the best sites are already picked for 2017, but I’d like to suggest the Insecure Writer’s Support Group –


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