Don’t look now, but spring is just around the corner. Here is a fresh list of writers’ resources we hope will inspire you.
Call Me Ishmael: Do you have a
beloved book and a story to go with it? If so, you might enjoy this delightful
way to share both. Use the phone number on the website, and leave a voicemail
about your book and its story. The stories are transcribed and shared weekly.
This social media dashboard lets you manage multiple networks and profiles and
measure results. Most plans are fee-based, but there is a free version. All
allow you to measure your social media growth.
is an online publishing tool that offers access to a vast distribution network
for books and e-books. This is a fee-based service, but you can begin for free.
Internet Archive: This
free library of millions of books, movies, software and music is especially
useful for research and offers access to historical collections in digital
Each month Literistic collects and emails submission deadlines for literary
publications, contests and fellowships. The full service is fee-based, but the
shortlist is free.
The Write Life:
This site is one-stop shopping for the writer, with free articles, markets and
news – and you can write for them, too.
Writers Write: Similar to
The Write Life, this service offers free content for the writing community in
the form of articles, markets and news.