Emotion thesaurus, character trait thesaurus, setting thesaurus, weather thesaurus, color/texture thesaurus…this is hands-down one of the best internet resources for writers.
Mr. Bransford’s blog is hands-down one of the most helpful resources for authors seeking publication, but this post (a glossary of industry terminology) is particularly useful.
YA Fantasy writer Janice Hardy has tons of good information to share. Definitely worth reading if you’re interested in this genre.
The reason I do not know the actual lyrics to any pop songs. But actually.
An all-around great publishing blog, but this page on industry abbreviations is particularly useful.
Janet Reid, literary agent and part-time great white shark, critiques query letters. Expect buckets of snark mixed in with the chum.
Pure hilarity. The nighttime ramblings of a mild-mannered Englishman whose wife records them and shares them with the world.
One of my all-time favorite podcasts. Entertaining, educational, and the source of many an awesome story idea. Subscribe. Do it.
A hilarious and informative look at one young man’s brief stint as an agency intern. Useful in learning how not to query.
A good, swift kick in the butt for writers who get hung up on worrying about the quality of their first drafts. A NaNoWriMo lifesaver.