Top 50 Writing Blogs for 2015
Today I have the honor of announcing the Top 50 Writing Blogs for 2015!
It’s hard to believe an entire year has passed and yet, here we are with a new list of awesome blogs, and we’ve expanded it from the Top 25 to the Top 50. How cool is that?
The best-of-the-best are chosen for: 1} quality of content, 2} how routinely they are updated, 3} the amount of reader engagement (comments and social media shares, etc.), and 4} how long the blogs kept me glued to them.
Compiling the Top 50 Writing Blogs has allowed me to discover so many quality blogs I might have never found otherwise and for that I am beyond grateful. However, I must confess there were so many outstanding blogs to choose from that it became extremely difficult to limit the list to a mere 50.
You will notice a few sites made the list that are not 100% about writing, but they are 100% relevant to writers and will not only help you improve your writing, they will also provide you with outstanding tips on how to promote your work.
Be sure to visit all of the blogs and since there are quite a few, bookmark this post for future reference. And, of course, feel free to forward it to fellow scribblers in the Craft.
CONGRATULATIONS to all of the Champions!
A badge is located below the list if you’d like to display your awesomeness on your site. All of you have an open invitation to guest post here on Positive Writer.
Without further ado, here they are:
(In no particular order.)
Awesome post: “Write Drunk, Edit Sober” Is Bad Advice
The Write Practice
Awesome post: 10 Questions to Find Your Unique Writing Voice
Boost Blog Traffic
Helping Writers Become Authors
Live Write Thrive
Awesome post: The Forest for the Trees: How to Cure Overwriting
The Wicked Writing Blog
Awesome post: A Clever New Way To Bring Your Characters Alive
Make a Living Writing
Awesome post: The Secret Behind Every Successful Writer
Awesome post: The Writing Is All That Really Matters
Write to Done
Awesome post: 15 Ways to Find Writing Inspiration in 2015
The Creative Penn
A Newbie’s Guide to Self-Publishing (Joe Konrath)
Awesome post: Don’t Pay to Self-Publish
Writers In The Storm
Awesome post: Diving Deep into Deep Point of View
Be a Freelance Blogger
Awesome post: How to Turn Every Rejection Into a New Opportunity
Men with Pens
Awesome post: How to Find Your Muse – and Fire Her
Awesome post: Three Acting Tips for Writing with Emotion
Better Novel Project
Awesome post: The Golden Age & Other Writing Delusions
Awesome post: On the Right Book at the Right Time
Awesome post: Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Successful Author?
The Write Life
The Writers Alley
Awesome post: Make BELIEVE in Once Upon A Time (and your story!)
The Renegade Writer
Awesome post: My 4 Worst Screw-Ups As A Freelance Writer
Awesome post: Writing Challenges
Pen and Prosper
Awesome post: How to Overcome Your Envy of Other Writers!
A Writer’s Bucket List
Awesome post: Live the Life You’re Passionate About
The Write Conversation
Awesome post: Life Hacks that Every Successful Writer Needs to Know
The Kill Zone
Awesome post: Make Next Year the Best of Your Writing Life
Awesome post: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
Writers and Authors
Awesome post: Tips for Gaining Attention in the World of Fiction
Awesome post: What is a Denouement?
The Word’s Greatest Book
Awesome post: Commatose: the Oxford Comma, or Serial Comma
Awesome post: Finding an Agent with Diana Cosby
The Book Designer
Awesome post: 20 Ways to Become a More Productive Writer
Writers Helping Writers
Awesome post: 10 Reasons Why Your Hero Needs Flaws
Kristen Lamb’s Blog
Awesome post: Four Secrets to Market Your Book to the Locals
Books & Such
Awesome post: Four Elements That Make a Book a High Concept
Go Teen Writers
Awesome Post: Two Ways to Make Effective Writing Goals
Awesome post: What to Do When Writing Keeps You from Writing
Join me in congratulating the champions in the comments.
The Top 50 Writing Blogs ROCK! Check them out.
Champions, here’s your badge:
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