Free Resources from How to Write a Book Now

Whether you're just starting out, or have been in the writing game for a while, it's nice to find good writing instruction in one place. Happily, Glen Strathy has done just that. A fiction and non-fiction writer, trained in theater, Strathy compiles a huge amount of writing advice on his site, How to Write a Book Now.

I found Strathy's site while browsing around the internet, and I'm glad I did. Readers will find not only a blog full of helpful writing articles, but pages dedicated to topics like:




This is a site you'll want to bookmark and browse from time to time. It's like a handful of writing books all in one place. 

What are your most-visited writing sites?

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6 comments:

  1. This is a great site Debbie...so much useful info. I spend very little time surfing the net so I love it when somebody else does the homework for me;)

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  2. Debbie, just a note here. I was having difficulty posting on some blogs and it turned out that I was using an old browser. I use Google Chrome now and all the issues are gone.

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  3. I'm with you, Leah. I love to see what other writers have collected for me! Eventually, I'll set up some pages here to make navigating the topics easier. Thanks for the tip on Google Chrome. My daughter loves it.

    ~Debbie

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  4. Ooh, I like this site, Debbie. I like how Strathy writes as if he was speaking to you--or at least it seemed that way to me as I read a couple of his posts. He gets to the point and has an underlying humor to his writing, which I especially appreciate.

    Thanks for the recommendation!

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  5. You're right, Janette, he has a comfortable way of communicating. I'm glad I happened to come across it.

    ~Debbie

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