A page for aspiring authors, writers, and friends to read a first hand account of the journey of writing.
Some great places to start for new writers can be found here:
Romance Writers Of America — The trade organization for writers of romantic fiction.
Mystery Writers Of America — An organization for writers of mystery novels, as well as editors, screenwriters, and other professionals associated with the mystery genre.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America — SFWA offers many resources for writers of speculative genres. A very vibrant and active writers association.
Sisters In Crime — A writers organization dedicated to the professional advancement of women who write in the crime and mystery genres.
National Writers Association — A writers association for all levels and genres that offers some professional services, such as contract review and critique.
Writing.Com — This website is is a peer group for writers to work together, critique, and share ideas.
Ladies who Critique — This website is ideal for finding partners to work one on one with.
Scribophile — This website is a peer group for writers to work together, critique, and share ideas.
Meetup.com — This website (or another like it) can help you connect with writers who share your interests. As always, take precautions when joining any new group!
The Next Big Writer — This website has contests, and critique forums to help you become a stronger, better writer.
Books on Craft
(These can all be found on iTunes to subscribe)
The Self Publishing Podcast
The Writing Coach
I Should Be Writing
The Secrets Podcast