Guy Kawasaki has written twelve books in twenty-five years. He went the traditional publisher route and ended up self publishing later. During his self publishing venture he learned many things and he captured ten of them in his article “The Top Ten Mistakes Writers Make When Self-Publishing a Book”. You can read it here.
How do you know if you’re using the correct acronym or abbreviation when you’re writing your book? You don’t know but Acronym Finder does. This nifty website has been online for years and it is very easy to use. It has more than 1,000,000 human-edited definitions and is free to visitors. Check it out!
Writer Daniel Scocco reviews The Dictionary of Worthless Words on Daily Writing Tips. As he points out that there are hundreds of books on word usage but next to none on words that are worthless! Click here to read the review.
Patricia Fry offers a frequently updated blog about publishing and writing that is a great resource for writers of all genres. You’ll find lots of great tips on how to sell more books. Take a look and let us know what you think!
After 12 years online, Writing.com has nearly 975,000 members and is still going strong. If you are looking for a community of writers, tools, advice and inspiration then you’ll want to take a look at Writing.com.
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If you need help with grammar we have the resource for you. The Guide to Grammar and Writing is sponsored by the Capital Community College Foundation, a nonprofit 501 c-3 organization that supports scholarships, faculty development, and curriculum innovation. There are dozens of guides that you would normally get when you go to college.