Writer Resources Help Improve Your Fiction!





Writer resources provide you with all of the information, tools, and resources you may need along the way to research anything about fiction writing. Answer questions, improve everything from style to grammar, and find helpful tools to make your job easier as an author. No one in the world knows every single aspect about the writing, publishing, and marketing process, not even you.


Writer Resources


You may be heavy in some areas of writing, but it is very rare for you to be knowledgeable in all areas of writing at the same time. I compiled an extensive page of fiction writer resources which include onsite and offsite links, all of which offer you the best information to help you with your fiction success.

You don't necessarily need a professional editor to make your books look and sound professional. You need knowledge and resources that are all available to you right here.

Every detailed sentence in your fiction book is a direct representation of you as a professional writer and you must make sure every sentence you write is grammatically perfect. Each paragraph builds your story's integrity by providing the essential flow to take a reader to another time and place. If the flow is off or the story is riddled with errors that distract the reader, they will likely become disinterested in your story, possibly losing a life long fan and future customer.

The single most important aspect for the fiction writer is grammar and word usage. This is one of the top writer resources you should concentrate on the most during the editing stages of writing. You need to captivate your readers by taking each of them to a new world and another twist of the truth.

If you confuse your readers with bad grammar or they have a difficult time figuring out what you are trying to spell out with words, they will lose interest in your story and move on to other books.




The Best Writer Resources Available!


I have found some of the best writer resources online while I was in college and while researching with my own questions and want to share with you everything I've learned over the many years I've been writing. You will learn things such as how to copyright your work, if you need an ISBN number, what all is in a press kit, how to write a review, how to write a manuscript ready to turn into a publisher, and so much more.

Whether you are writing a fiction novel, an article about fiction, or an creative writing essay for college, this information is your lifeline to get it done right the first time. Don't make the same mistakes I've made. That's why this information is here.
 
Click on any of the writer resources links below in the area of fiction writing that you need help in! Some of the links may direct you away from this site and are verified trusted sites. If you are looking for other outside information and help that isn't here, you may find more sites on my links to fiction sites page.




Available Onsite Resources for Writers


The following are the writer resources available on this website that will help you write, publish, and market your fiction novel or short story.

A press kit is one of the most important items for any fiction author who is read to market their fiction. This is a combination of information and handouts regarding you and your book that help an interviewer create a press story about you. This page contains several different things you need to have ready to hand out and information about each of them.

Creative writing ideas help create new ideas for already written fiction by developing more detailed content for your story.

Brainstorming ideas using my unique idea fostering method will help you develop new fiction stories to keep your writing on track. Learn new ways to come up with great plots, characters, and scenes for a continuous flow of books.

A writing budget will help organize your spending when it comes to any aspect of writing. This is especially useful if you want to make money from your writing.

Writing goals help you stay on track with your deadlines during the entire course of the novel writing process. Meet all of your milestones by setting goals for writing.

What is writers block and how can this psychological wall adversely affect your writing? This is a real illness all writers can get from time to time throughout their writing careers.

Eight cures for writers block that will help deter or prevent the single most author-crippling disease that can stop an author dead in their tracks.

A book copyright is needed to fully protect your fiction from word thieves. Safeguard your writing by properly copyrighting your short story or novel.

An ISBN number is a 13 digit identifier for a book that provides information about the publisher helping people, libraries and distribution outlets find your book in a common database of titles.

Learn how to write a manuscript that is standardized making it easy to change based on different guidelines from publishers throughout the industry.

Print on demand companies help writers save money by offering  alternatives from traditional book publishing that don't require mass purchasing of books anymore.

A book format is the look and feel of your book or how you want your book to look once it is published. If you are ready to self-publish your fiction, you need to format it before publishing it.

How to write book titles that catch a readers eye whether browsing around the web or skimming through the book store shelves. Book titles greatly improve a book's marketability.

Make a book cover by yourself if your budget doesn't allow you to have it designed and created for you professionally.

What is a pseudonym and why do authors use them? Anyone can use a pen name when they publish stories, but do you know about the legal side of it and when you would want to use them?

Maybe you have a great idea for your fiction already but aren't very good at putting the ideas into words. If this is you, learn all about ghost writing and how it can be a very valuable tool to complete a great work of fiction.




Recommended Offsite Websites for Writer Resources


The Online Writing Lab (OWL) offers research, writing, and MLA/APA style help to writers throughout the world with their extensive practical use site. I personally use this site all of the time as one of my most valuable fiction writing resources. I highly recommend taking a look to see how OWL can help you. I especially like their editing and proofreading strategies for revising your work.

KnightCite is a great writer resource if you need to add works cited entries in the books that you are writing. This resource helps you with the MLA style of works cited format by creating a works cited entry for you after making the appropriate entries. This saves you a lot of time and research that you would normally spend finding out the correct format for a works cited.

There are so many great resources available to you to help understand all of the basics of the English language. There is so much educational value with all of these resources if you just apply a little time and effort toward learning and improving your writing basics.




Search for Resources


Resource Central is the ultimate fiction writer resources center and has many categories to the most useful links in support of information retrieval in resource research. They link to the best of the internet world and are a great online resource directory for finding information concerning practically anything you can imagine. Search for the resources you require to improve your writing abilities.




Writer resources are great when you have difficult questions regarding every aspect of your fiction endeavor. If you have additional questions or can't find something here, contact me about my writer resources and ask the question. I look forward to helping you find the information you need.





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