The internet is full of great resources for writers. Here are a few that I hope will be helpful to you!
Curious about the day-to-day life of police officers?The Kansas City, Missouri police department hosts "Tweetalongs" where, as you might guess, they Tweet about what they're doing for a period of time. Actually, they're doing one today from 10am-2pm central time. Here's where you can follow the KCPD Tweetalong.
Speaking of Twitter...
Go Teen Writers is now active on Twitter. You can follow us @GoTeenWriters.
Trouble making time for writing?
I loved this article on Seekerville from Preslaya Williams about juggling the people who need you and your writing. Don't be fooled by title; it's not just for moms and dads! Click here o see some really nifty ideas for making time for your writing.
Are you marketing a book?
Jill shared a really interesting article with me on Goodreads giveaways. If you're at a marketing place in your career, this is a great article on the science of a successful Goodreads giveaway.
Still need those key scene list templates?
They went out with the Go Teen Writers newsletter, but if you missed them, they're now available on my website under free downloads for teen writers.
Members of the Go Teen Writers Facebook group frequently post links to helpful sites. (If you're a teen writer who would like to join the group, make sure to let me know after you apply. I'm cautious about who I let in, so if I don't recognize a name, I often deny membership.)
Bethany Baldwin shared a Synonym Finder website that's pretty nifty.
Lily Jenness posted a link to an article on How to Build a Fictional World That's "Real"
Elizabeth Liberty Lewis shared a great resource on realistic injuries for characters.
Have a fun resource you want to share? Do so in the comments below!