Join The Writers‘ Academy as we sift through the huge pile of creative writing blogs online to bring you the very best 15 of the bunch.
Welcome to the THIRD annual Top Writing Blogs Awards on Positive Writer.
We’re delighted to announce the winners of our 9th annual Top 10 Blogs for Writers Competition!
It’s exciting to see such an array of excellent blogs for writers.
Make sure you visit all the ten blogs to get to know the new top crop of writing blogs.
And the 10 winners are …
The blogger behind this blog is Jeff Goins. He has created a vibrant place for writers to gather.
Bryan Hutchinson has created a dynamic blog with a positive vibe and has built a substantial readership in a relatively short time.
Children’s fiction author Tara Lazar has turned her blog into a lively resource for picture book writers.
Katie Weiland’s blog is a great place for fiction writers. If you want to know how to write your novel, this is where you can find in-depth advice.
Created by Joe Bunting, the Write Practice is the place to go if you want to kick-start your writing practice.
This blog by C S Lakin is a haven for writers of fiction. If you’re looking for advice about plotting, or how to overcome tricky grammar problems, Susanne Lakin’s blog is the place to search.
Novelist Chuck Wendig’s blog is an excellent example of how to create an author platform. He’s created a lively blog with many useful tips for fiction writers.
The tagline of this blog is: … helping writers create, connect and earn. This interesting site is run by Alexis Grant.
This is a zesty blog with great information. Jennifer’s blog is focused on helping writers create novels.
Experienced writing coach, author and publisher Darcy Pattison has created an appealing author platform with a blog for fiction writers.
There you have it: the ten top blogs for writers in 2015.
Congratulations to all the winners!
This year I’m starting the year right by highlighting some of the best writing blogs on the web. I love to visit blogs about writing for inspiration, encouragement and motivation, and it’s with those three qualities in mind that I have compiled this list of the top 25 writing blogs for 2014.
Next year I will expand the list to the top 50, and I’d like to do that with your help. You can help by posting links to writing blogs you love in the comments. If you’re a blogger for writers, how about introducing yourself and add your link in the comments, too.
Without further ado, here they are:
(In no particular order.)
Awesome post: The Difference Between Good Writers and Bad Writers
The Write Practice
Make a Living Writing
Awesome post: 4 Reasons Why Grammar Police Make Terrible Writers
A Writer’s Bucket List
Awesome post: This Year, Don’t Just Set Goals; Make Plans
My Name Is Not Bob
The Creative Penn
Helping Writers Become Authors
Awesome post: Most Common Writing Mistakes: Choppy Prose
Awesome post: Are You a Lone Ranger Writer?
Live Write Thrive
Awesome post: Wait a Minute while I Procrastinate
Awesome post: The 7-Step Business Plan for Writers
The Write Life
Awesome post: How to Trick Yourself Into Making Major Writing Progress
The Writer’s Inner Journey
Awesome post: Five Things I Learned Writing The Cormorant
Pen and Prosper
Awesome post: The Pros and Cons of Critique Groups for Today’s Writer
The Writers Alley
The Renegade Writer
Awesome post: 5 Ways To Deal With People Who Hate What You Write
Writers and Authors
Awesome post: The Top 10 Things You Can Do to Sell More Books
Awesome post: Affect Versus Effect
The Word’s Greatest Book
Awesome post: Publishing Scams and How they Work
The Write Conversation
When we asked you to nominate your favorite writing blog as one of the top 10 blogs for writers, we got over 1,100 nominations! Wonderful to see how passionate readers are about their favorite writing blog.
It’s great to see some very interesting new blogs amongst the winners! Of note is that quite a few blogs in the top 10 are associated with author platforms.
Make sure you visit all the top 10 blogs to get to know the new crop of top writing blogs.
How were the winners selected?