Writing Resources

This page will detail both my writing methods and online resources I’ve found helpful for writing–some of which may surprise you.


Writing Help

I’ve written several blogs about writing, most notably this one on how to build a writing regimen. If you really, actually, seriously want to write, you just have to do it. There are also several blogs on world-building. Feel free to ask me any questions!




I highly recommend adding music to  your writing routine. If you have an Amazon Prime account, you already have access to tons of free music, including production studio albums which are great for emphasis and imagery. Audiomachine is one my favorite studios. There’s also a lot of music available on YouTube, Pandora, and other such streaming sites.


Sites and the Internet

Character dolls and dress-up: http://elouai.com/, http://www.dolldivine.com/, http://www.azaleasdolls.com/

Writing exercises: There are lots of great websites out there, and a quick Google search will give you the pick of hundreds. WordPress has a daily word prompt as well, which should show up in your reader.

If you want to post your work, you can try https://www.booksie.com/ or fanfiction.net

A crash course in quantity over quality writing can be found at nanowrimo.org

This page lists 15 great sites for stock art: http://www.creativebloq.com/graphic-design/find-stock-art-1131687

Writing Excuses is a great group podcast by published writers Brandon Sanderson (Wheel of Time), Mary Robinette Kowal (The Glamourist Histories), Howard Taylor (Schlock Mercenary), and Dan (John Wayne Cleaver series).