Twitter has a wealth of advice and tips for writers if you know where to look. A good place to start is #writing where you should soon find Jon Winokur’s @AdviceToWriters with links to great writing quotes, articles and practical information from a wide range of sources at http://www.advicetowriters.com/
I usually check out Jon’s tweets (he has over 56,000 followers) as you never know what you’ll find, such as: 40 Twitter Hashtags for Writers
Daily Writing Tips
@writing_tips is a good source of tips on grammar, spelling, punctuation and all aspects of freelance writing on http://www.dailywritingtips.com Founded by writer Daniel Scocco (@danielscocco ), a small team of experienced writers and editors work hard to maintain standards on all aspects of writing, from book reviews to business copy writing. As well as grammar and punctuation, a favourite of mine is the ‘word of the day' which is always worth a look.
- Mainstream/Literary Fiction
- Genre Fiction
- Inspirational (Spiritual, New Age)
- Life Stories (Biographies, Autobiographies, Family Histories, Memoirs)
- Children's/Picture books
- Middle-Grade/Young Adult books
- Reference Books (Directories, Encyclopedias, Guide Books)
Fuel Your Writing
Finally, for something a bit different look out for Christopher Jackson’s Fuel Your Writing (@fuelyourwriting )
Fuel Your Writing aims to “fuel” your passion for writing of all types and to make
http://fuelyourwriting.com the inspirational “go to” site for business writers, novelists, short story, advertising, technical writers - the list goes on and on….