Every now and then I offer a post about writers’ resources. Most of the ones I use are in the left sidebar on my website. I add to them often, and I change one every now and then. So it’s a good idea to check them out from time to time to see what’s new.
Awhile back I added a Readers’ Resources section too. The Writers’ Resources are below that.
Also, Dean Wesley Smith, on his website, is now offering his Originality workshop free of charge. (It used to cost $300.) To access it, simply visit his site, click on the You Tube Videos tab near the top of the page, and then click on the Originality workshop dropdown list.
Each week contains five or six videos, and each video is around five to ten minutes long.
He also is starting a new online workshop titled Teams in Fiction. I signed up for this one as soon as he listed it. If you’re serious about your writing career, I strongly recommend this investment.
You can find information on this and other online workshops at the same website under the Online Workshops tab. I also recommend many of his Classic workshops (downgraded to $150) and his lectures (most are $50).
Finally, I recommend signing up for my own Daily Journal. I offer a great deal more writing advice there than I ever will on this website, plus links to items of interest to writers.
To visit the Journal, click HEStanbrough.com. To sign up for a free subscription, click The Daily Journal in the right side of the header on that website or on this one.
That’s it for today. Until next time, happy writing.