• Jessica Nacovsky

7: Writing Resources

Updated: Sep 27




Howdy! Between the 1st and 2nd draft of a novel manuscript, I like to take time to learn more about writing, generally for free or very cheap. So, without further ado, here’s a list of resources. Those with an asterisk, I’ve watched/read/listened to. The rest of this list exists as much for me as for you. I plan to work my way through these.



Video Lectures:


Podcasts (Should all be on Spotify for Free)(I’m not linking because Spotify makes linking less effective.):

  • * The Creative Toolbelt Podcast, by Andrew J. Chamberlain: Free. has tips & interviews dealing with how to write well, how traditional publishing works, and how to self-publish successfully

  • *The Writing & Marketing Show Podcast, by Wendy H. Jones: Free. Provides advice on writing and marketing from the perspective of an originally indie, though now also traditionally published, crime-fiction author

  • Write Now, by Sarah Werner: Free. Mostly advises how to maintain a healthy work-life balance

  • The Prolific Creator, by Ryan J. Peloton: Free. Shares tricks for writing quickly, often, & well

  • Grammar Girl, by Mignon Fogarty: Free. Provides quick grammar tips

  • The Creative Penn, by Joanna Penn: Free. Info & interviews focusing on self publishing and marketing

  • Story Grid, by Tim Grahl & Shawn Coyn: Free. They break down what makes a story great.

  • Writing Class Radio, by Andrea Askowitz and Allison Langer: Free, Teaches how to write


Books(Can always request them from the local library for Free):


Blogs:


I didn’t include anything I believe to be unhelpful, though my vouching is obviously more thoroughly considered for what I’ve used, as opposed to what I plan to use. Toodles and Happy learning!


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