It’s Time to Nominate the Best Writing Websites for 2018!

It’s Time to Nominate the Best Writing Websites for 2018!

Attention, writers! We’d love a minute of your time. Drop your pencils, CTRL-save your latest article or — let’s be honest with ourselves — look up from your next brilliant tweet.

We need your help.

You’ve seen our list of the best websites for writers for the past four years. We love showcasing these amazing resources and sharing the tools you need to become a better writer.

We look forward to continuing the tradition with a new edition of 100 Best Websites for Writers in 2018.

Whether your goal for 2018 is to land a book deal, become a full-time freelancer, up your guest posting game or find a writing buddy, this list has you covered. We want to make sure we include valuable resources for everyone, so we need your input.

What’s your favorite writing website?

Which blogs do you visit for inspiration, information or writing-related entertainment? Which sites have earned space on your bookmarks bar? Who do you want to nominate for our list?

Let us know your favorite sites in the comments. We’re looking forward to sharing the list with you in January!

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204 comments

  • For me, http://www.twodropsofink.com with its varied class, experience level and mix of writers, the top class Scott and Marilyn and the opportunities for budding writers like me make it a top notch favorite!

  • Terry says:

    I have found great value in Two Drops of Ink: A Literary Blog both as a writer and a reader. They offer Writing advice and inspiration for writers and quality prose as well as poetry breaks for readers. And for those writers who have recently published, they offer a Book Store shoutout. I definitely have them bookmarked!
    I would like to humbly suggest that they are put into the nominations.
    Thank you!
    Their link is below:
    https://twodropsofink.com/

  • Terry says:

    I have found great value in Two Drops of Ink: A Literary Blog both as a writer and a reader. They offer Writinf advice and inspiration for the writer and quality prose as well as a poetry break for the reader. And for those writers who have recently published, they offer a Book Store shoutout. I definitely have them bookmarked!
    I would like to humbly suggest that they are put into the nominations.
    Thank you!
    Their link is below:
    https://twodropsofink.com/

  • Laura Knodel says:

    I nominate jamigold.com
    Jami Gold posts very informative articles on a regular basis. The topics are varied, but all apply to the writing life. The posts thoroughly cover each topic and are written by Jami Gold or a well qualified guest blogger or author. Jami also sends a newsletter that has the full blog post in it so a person doesn’t have to open their browser to read it, unless they want to use the hyperlink to go to jamigold.com .

  • Amber H. says:

    I’d like to nominate writegoodbooks.com because Jason offers practical advice, while also being motivational. His dedication to the craft really comes through in his posts and his no nonsense approach to writing is inspirational.

  • I love The Write Conversation. http://thewriteconverstion.blogspot.com ~ The best insight, writing tips, and motivation for all genres and experience levels.

  • I’d like to nominate writegoodbooks.com. Author Jason Bougger runs a great blog! Informative, fun, and helpful, especially for beginning writers. Love his podcast by the same name.

  • Luke G. says:

    I’d like to nominate AndreaGuevara.com!

  • Kim says:

    The Story Grid http://www.storygrid.com—all the knowledge Shawn has shared has changed my life ❤️

  • The Write Conversation is my go-to site for inspiration and direction in writing. I even have some of the posts saved in my favorites so I can access them again without searching. The information on this blog is informative and up to date.

  • The Write Conversation is fantastic. I read it like clockwork and look there for ideas and resources. It is also a tremendous help with social media instruction. I have learned so much from The Write Conversation.

  • I would like to nominate The Write Conversation. They have a nice variety of writers and subjects.

  • Charla says:

    Please accept my nomination of “The Write Conversation” for your Write Life’s 100 Best Websites for Writers.

    This blog consistently provides useful and meaty content, which inspires me to reach my writing goals and dreams. When I see a new post email notice, I am always interested in the topic.

    Thank you.

  • I’d definitely nominate The Write Conversation (Edie Melson, DiAnn Mills)–the posts are especially helpful to writers at all levels.

  • In the past I was drowning in the flood of blogs with topics on writing. Now, I’m lifted up by one outstanding blog that answers writer’s questions, motivates, and guides with grace. This blog is The Write Conversation. Therefore, I’m nominating TheWrite Conversation for Top Blog for Writers. My writing and involvement with the writer’s world has improved because of the nine years, I’ve followed this blog site and information.

    Thank you for your consideration of listing The Write Conversation as a blog site that will help writers on their journey.

  • Jay Wright says:

    Our writer’s guild has grown to almost 60 members, and many of us read Edie Melson’s The Write Conversation daily. A recent post on adding tension to a plot completely changed the plot and direction of my WIP. We have followed Edie’s blog for almost 3 years and will this month be publishing our 18th 200-page anthology of original poetry & prose. Many ideas stemmed from her blog.

  • I’d like to nominate Edie Melson’s, “The Write Conversation” for the top 100 sites. She consistently delivers relevant information for writers at all stages of their journey. Edie’s site has been my go-to site for all things writerly for several years. Thank you!

  • I would like to nominate The Write Conversation as one of the best websites for writers. This website has taught me more in their blog than attending a writer’s conference. It combines a constant Christian perspective with new information necessary to anyone dedicated to the writing craft. Whether new to this art or seasoned, there is always something you glean from this The Write Conversation. I am blessed to be a faithful reader.

  • I would like to nominate The Write Conversation with Edie Melson as one of the top 101 Websites. I learned about this website at a writing conference and have been following it ever since. I am a new author and the information I glean from this website is invaluable to me as I begin my journey.

  • Sarah says:

    Write Good Books with Jason Bouger.
    He’s witty and insightful, and always has great advice.
    http://www.writegoodbooks.com

  • I would like to request your team to review CareerMetis.com. ( Disclaimer – I am the Managing Editor). I do not mean to be self-promotional – but we have grown our contributor community to over 640+ authors. We start off 2017 with 100+ authors, and have managed to add more authors each day, and continue to grow.
    Always looking to add wonderful contributors to our roster.

  • Leigh says:

    I nominate https://andreaguevara.com/ for practical branding advice for writers trying to build their careers.

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