Below are ten links to sites geared toward helping writers write well, and one site dedicated to helping writers publish, promote, and sell their work.
3) Merriam-Webster Online: free dictionary and thesaurus; an expanded subscription service is also available.
4) WhiteSmoke blog: WhiteSmoke is a software for folks who are learning English and need to write in that language, but there are some basic reminders for us native speakers.
5) Professor Malcolm Gibson’s Wonderful World of Editing: cartoons and humor and good advice.
6) Grammar-Quizzes.com: just what its name suggests; for teachers or independent learners.
7) The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation: search the site or order the book. Excellent resource.
8) Every Writer’s Resource: links to articles, interviews, contests, magazines, etc.
9) Writer’s Resources: e-books, articles, software, and more.
10) BookBaby: one-stop shop for writers interested in self-publishing; includes free instructional e-books for download.
I’m always on the lookout for excellent resources, and am happy to share with others the ones I find. If you have any tips or materials that have helped you improve your writing craft, pass ’em on!