Twitterific Writing Links

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by Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraig

A weekly roundup of the best writing links from around the web.

Twitterific writing links are fed into the Writer’s Knowledge Base search engine (developed by writer and software engineer Mike Fleming) which has over 39,000 free articles on writing related topics. It’s the search engine for writers.

Happy Holidays! I will be taking a blog break until I return two weeks from today for an especially long Twitterific that will include my top shared links for 2016.  :)

Conferences and Events / NaNoWriMo

Creativity and Inspiration / Inspiration

Creativity and Inspiration / Productivity / Fitting in Writing

Creativity and Inspiration / Productivity / When to write

Creativity and Inspiration / Productivity / Writer’s Block

Creativity and Inspiration / Productivity / Writing Quickly

Creativity and Inspiration / Writing Life

Genres / Miscellaneous

Genres / Horror

Genres / Memoir

Genres / Non-Fiction

Genres / Romance

Genres / Science Fiction

Genres / Screenwriting

Promo / Miscellaneous

Promo / Book Reviews

Promo / Social Media Tips

Promo / Speaking

Publishing / Miscellaneous

Publishing / Options / Traditional Publishing / Rejections

Publishing / Process / Book Design

Writing Craft / Miscellaneous

Writing Craft / Arc

Writing Craft / Beginnings

Writing Craft / Characters / Development

Writing Craft / Conflict

Writing Craft / Drafts

Writing Craft / Lessons from Books and Film

Writing Craft / Literary Devices

Writing Craft / POV

Writing Craft / Pre-Writing / Outlining

Writing Craft / Pre-Writing / Plotting

Writing Craft / Punctuation and Grammar

Writing Craft / Revision

Writing Craft / Tension

Writing Craft / World-Building

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6 thoughts on “Twitterific Writing Links

  1. As always, Elizabeth, these are great links, so thanks! I’m especially drawn to the one about nurturing children’s writing. I think that’s so important, even if your child doesn’t want to become an author. I’m glad there are posts out there about that.

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