Some time ago I did a blog post on these links, and why I find them useful. Have a read here!
Every writer needs a helping hand, or maybe a new useful link to discover and save for future reference. I thought I would share some resources I’ve found extremely helpful or are just plain fascinating.
*A note about the Library of Congress: Ask a Librarian link. This option is often affected by government shutdowns but the website will alert you with a red bar at the top if services are cancelled or delayed during one of these periods.
- 85 Hashtags Writers Need to Know | Amanda Patterson
- 100 Best Websites for Writers in 2018
- Allegheny County Library Association Card Catalog
- AskHerePA – A Librarian Resource Site
- Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Oliver Room
- The Editor’s Blog: How to Format Your Novel Manuscript
- Grammar Girl – A subpage of the Quick & Dirty Tips site with awesome insight
- Heinz History Center
- Historic Pittsburgh
- Janice Hardy | Fiction University | Critique Groups
- Library of Congress: Ask a Librarian
- Lit Rejections
- The No. 1 Rule for Flashbacks in a Story Opening
- Most Common Writing Mistakes | K.M. Weiland
- The Past Tense in English
- Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Historical Archives
- What Kind of Author Are You? | KM Weiland