The Write Life – Helping Writers Create, Connect and Earn

The Write Life – Helping Writers Create, Connect and Earn
 
The Write Life features writing, freelancing, marketing, blogging, and publishing advice.
While plenty of blogs and publications focus on one particular aspect of the writer’s journey — freelancing, trying to get published, or marketing your work — we’re a one-stop shop, covering everything from fiction to productivity to promotion.
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Helping Writers Become Authors

Helping Writers Become Authors
 
Helping Writers Become Authors is written for writers by a published writer, K.M. Weiland, and it focuses on author mentorship.
She strives to share her knowledge with aspiring authors by providing thoughtful articles on all aspects of developing a story.
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Tara Lazar – Writing for Kids (While Raising Them)

Tara Lazar – Writing for Kids (While Raising Them)
 
Tara Lazar's book blog is a popular resource for anyone wanting to write, or currently writing, children's fiction. Articles include advice on writing for different age groups, book design, and publishing.
As a children's book author and mother of two, I'm pushing a stroller along the path to publication. I collect shiny doodads on the journey and share them here. You've found a kidlit treasure box.

Brain Pickings – An Inventory of the Meaningful Life

Brain Pickings – An Inventory of the Meaningful Life
 
Thoughts and views picked from the brain of author Maria Popova.
Brain Pickings is my one-woman labor of love — a subjective lens on what matters in the world and why. Mostly, it’s a record of my own becoming as a person — intellectually, creatively, spiritually — and an inquiry into how to live and what it means to lead a good life.

Bustle Books – for & by Women who are Moving Forward

Bustle Books – for & by Women who are Moving Forward
 
The book section of Bustle provides everything you want to see, know, or read in the world of books.
Bustle delivers everything you want to know, see, and read right now whether you're starting your work day, taking a study break, waiting for a flight, preparing a bottle for your kid, or doing something else entirely.

The IndieView – Rreviews of New Self-Published eBooks

The IndieView – Rreviews of New Self-Published eBooks
 
Catering to indie authors, The IndieView features reviews of new self-published ebooks in a variety of genres, written by close to 350 reviewers from all over the world (and the Internet).
This book blog allows already reviewed authors to set up a personal author page, which is listed on the Indie Review website, and they even offer free book promotion for newly published ebook authors.

The Phantom Paragrapher – Librarian by Day, Book Reviewer by Night

The Phantom Paragrapher – Librarian by Day, Book Reviewer by Night
 
Librarian by Day, Book Reviewer by Night , I am The Phantom Paragrapher.
Your One-Stop site for all your book related needs , all your favourite authors , genres and themes. For all ages from Children's to Adult Books.

The Book Designer – Practical Advice to Help Build Better Books

The Book Designer – Practical Advice to Help Build Better Books
 
The Book Designer features more than 1,550 articles on everything from writing and editing to publishing and marketing your work, all from the perspectives of people who are actually in the book industry.
Writers change the world one reader at a time. But you can’t change the world with a book that’s still on your hard drive or in a box under your bed.

OmniVoracious – Amazon’s Official Book Review Blog

OmniVoracious – Amazon’s Official Book Review Blog
 
Omnivoracious reviews titles ranging from kids' books and comics to lifestyle and suspense—and everything in between.
With a minimalist and eye-catching design that focuses on books, author interviews, and industry news, this is one book blog that keeps its readers up to date on all aspects of the publishing world.