For Readers and For Writers
For writers, some of these resources help the process of getting words on the page, others help with marketing, still others inform the business side of this profession that is foreign territory to most writers. For readers, there are review sites and literacy advocacy sources near and dear to my heart.
It’s not an exhaustive list, but my hope is that an entry someone finds interesting will lead them to explore from there. For example, a visit to Writer Beware could lead one to other very good sites about publishing contracts, predatory scams, bogus award systems, etc.
Feel free to comment, suggest others, and upvote your favorites! – Karin
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