Resource ideas for Writers

I’ve never actually reblogged a post before but I have this one as I genuinely believe it’s a great initiative and idea. As well as showcasing one’s own writing efforts, blogging is very much about helping and encouraging one another, and a relevant and well researched list of writer’s resources/books might prove an invaluable help and so really appeals to me…

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Who might benefit from this post?

Anyone who writes poetry, flash fiction, short stories, novels, articles, letters … well, you get the idea. If fellow readers and writers respond, we will all benefit.

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Why am I initiating this now?

I haven’t done a writing course. I learned through experience how to build my collection of resource, or reference books, and I’d like to help other writers by suggesting a simple list of books. It may be that some writers don’t feel they need them all, but having a proposed selection is always a good thing. After reading this post, you might like to join the team; let’s work together and help each other to succeed.

What is it about?

It’s about resource, or reference. Yes, of course we can all use the Internet. How about that occasion when the link is down, or you want to be away from…

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About RuddersWriting

Middle-aged man, aspiring writer, book blogger/reviewer, and author, one grown-up son and young grandson, now retired from the rail industry, actively working to develop a writing career.

Posted on March 22, 2014, in Amateur writing, Articles. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks. Indeed it is about supporting one another. Great idea to reblog!

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    • Reblogging isn’t something I’ve really considered before but I might do so more often from now on. Hopefully the idea will progress beyond just book recommendations and so so, but like all good ideas, they have tendency to take on a life of their own.

      ps, sorry I haven’t been about in the group or been responding to posts but have been working nights all week; will be catching up over the weekend now… and thanks for commenting, it’s always appreciated.

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