Top 100 Writing Blogs, Writing Websites & Best Writing Bloggers

For me, the love of books and writing goes together. I’ve created a list of writing blogs for ultimate inspiration.

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The Write Life

Alexis Grant founded the Write Life in 2013. She worked in media for years and created a company to teach what she’d learned.

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The Write Life is one of the leading authorities on writing advice. They focus on freelancers, and how to make a living writing.

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Authority Pub

Founded by two best-selling non-fiction authors, Steve Scott, and Barrie Davenport. Authority Pub helps writers become authors.

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Their posts are very well written and a wealth of information. They have an excellent podcast too!

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The Write Practice

Many people believe they have a book in them. But there’s no motivation. The Write Practice helps people become writers.

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They offer a newsletter to help you become the best writer you can.

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The Writing Cooperative

It couldn’t be truer to the name. Hundreds of articles united under “Helping Each Other Write Better.”

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This blog is one of the biggest and most popular on Medium. For a good reason! There’s advice on every aspect of the craft.


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Indie Author News

Services for authors, writers, self-publishers, and readers. They post roundups of new ebooks, interviews and news about the industry.

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A one-stop shop for indie authors and designers to promote their creations. An excellent place to look for ebooks to read.

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Writers Digest

Writers Digest is an online magazine. Their archive overflows with information, written by experts in the field.

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They run yearly competitions, events and a popular writing conference. Set aside time to look around this huge resource!

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Write to Done

Write To Done’s philosophy is centered around a critical point. Everyone can learn to write well, it’s just a matter of practice.

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Articles on staying motivated, inspired and creative. Also, posts with creative writing exercises.

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Daily Writing Tips

This helps people develop a clear writing style. Run by Maeve Maddox, a writer with a degree in English and a team of experts.

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There’s advice on grammar and punctuation, words that get confused with each other and more.

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Make A Living Writing

Carol Tice is a freelance writer and blogger, passionate about helping others earn an income.

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Carol’s posts are heartfelt and full of practical advice.

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Writer Unboxed

Writers Unboxed has been around for over ten years! It’s grown fast, with regular contributors from all over the writing sphere.

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They run a yearly conference, called Writer Unboxed Un-Conference. Their community is active and vibrant.

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Writers Write

Dedicated to helping writers achieve their publishing goals. They publish plenty of inspiring, motivational content.

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They offer many helpful and reasonably-priced courses on the craft of writing, from blogging to business and copywriting.

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Reedsy

Reedsy also runs a successful blog on the craft of book publishing. They publish advice, tips & tricks and news regularly.

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Smart graphics, engaging writing and helpful tips are some of the highlights of their blog. An excellent resource.

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Indies Unlimited

Indies Unlimited is a promotion site, a place to find bargain electronic and print books, and a resource for indie authors.

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Run by volunteers dedicated to the indie publishing community. It’s excellent for promoting your book and discovering new ones.

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Australian Writers Centre

Australian Writers’ Centre create courses on every aspect of the craft. Reasonably priced and highly regarded.

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One of their regular columns is Writing Style Q&As. They explain the differences between similar words.

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Funds for Writers

A comprehensive resource to find opportunities and competitions for writers to earn money, get exposure and their work out there.

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Excellent ebooks and other posts related to the core mission and many ideas to help you earn money while writing.

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Publication Coach

People think they have to reinvent the wheel to write better. Daphne created Publication Coach to make it easier for writers.

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If you subscribe to her newsletter, you get a complete guide on mindmapping – a technique every writer should know.

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Positive Writer

Bryan Hutchinson’s work has been published in newspapers, magazines, and blogs. His site is for writers who struggle.

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Plenty of inspiring resources to keep you motivated and tapping away. Great interviews with experts in the field too.

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Walden University Writing Center

The Walden University’s Writing Center blog is written by experts who’ve honed their craft to perfection.

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Incredibly insightful and well-written content, within this website is a treasure trove of information.

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Novel Publicity

A marketing, promotion and management service for authors, they provide many services, and a blog full of helpful resources.

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Plenty of blog posts on everything on the writing craft, plus a guide to finding helpful tools for publishing.

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The Ugly Writers

This is a monthly journal, where many people can contribute. The website features essays, fiction stories, poetry and reviews.

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Incredible poetry, stories and essays by talented contributors.

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Every Writer

This site helps writers find markets for their work and settle fears. They have resources and a supportive community of writers.

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The community is wonderful, plenty of helpful articles, contests, submission opportunities and much more.


The Novelry

This creative writing blog offers resources for writers of all experiences. It’s dedicated to helping writers succeed in the publishing industry.

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The blog features articles on a wide range of topics, including plot development, character building, and book marketing.

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Goins Writer

Jeff Goins is a bestselling author and runs a successful creative agency.

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He’s also a popular speaker and podcaster, and he runs a newsletter helping people stay creative and productive.

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Jerry Jenkins

Jerry Jenkins is an accomplished author of nearly 200 books. Many are New York Times bestsellers. His novels include the Left Behind series.

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His blog draws on his vast experience as a writer, editor, and storyteller to offer advice and insights to other writers.

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The Creative Penn

Joanna Penn is an indie author of writing books, thrillers and dark fantasies. She has been writing and publishing for over a decade.

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Joanna is also a professional speaker and podcaster on creative writing and the business of being an author. Her style is friendly and engaging.

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Live Write Thrive

C.S. Lakin is a popular novelist and writing coach who’s helped hundreds of authors improve their craft. She also works as a manuscript editor.

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In her workshops and online courses, Lakin shares her insight and expertise on everything from plotting and characterization to dialogue and voice.

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Ann Kroeker

Ann Kroeker is a writing coach with a wealth of experience in the publishing industry. She’s an accomplished author and speaker.

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She’s the host of the popular podcast, “Ann Kroeker, Writing Coach,” with a backlog of over two hundred episodes.

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The Passive Voice

This started as an anonymous blog about publishing and intellectual property from the perspective of a lawyer and entrepreneur.

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Witty and makes what could a dry subject fascinating. A good insight into an aspect of the industry that’s seldom talked about.

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Nathan Bransford

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Lisa Tener

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The Write Conversation

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Write Now Coach

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The Writing Life

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About Editing and Writing

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Kiran Manral

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Angela Booth’s Writing Blog

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Rachelle Gardner

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Aliventures

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Well-Storied

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Writers in the Storm

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Lauren Sapala

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All Freelance Writing

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Now Novel

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Fiction University

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Bang2Write

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The Kill Zone

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Go Teen Writers

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Fantasy Authors Handbook

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Peter Rey’s Blog

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Mary Carroll Moore

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Tea with Tumnus

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Book of Kells

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Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds

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Shayla Raquel

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Anne R. Allens Blog

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Free Resources for Writers and Poets

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Writability

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Sarah K Peck

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Literary Rambles

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AdviceToWriters

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Roni Loren

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Inkygirl

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Write with Fey

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Pen and Prosper

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Fictionista

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Kristen Lamb

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The Writer’s Inner Journey

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Leo Flynn

Leo Flynn

Leo Flynn writes queer YA hopepunk for the lost. Other galaxies and reading everything consumes his waking hours. He’s Australian, but bounces all over the place. Why? Why not?

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About The Author

Leo Flynn

Leo Flynn

Leo Flynn writes queer YA hopepunk for the lost. Other galaxies and reading everything consumes his waking hours. He’s Australian, but bounces all over the place. Why? Why not?

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