Resources for writers are plentiful. You can find almost anything using Google!
That said, there are too many writing resources to list here, but I’d like to point out that this is one of the most comprehensive lists for writers of all types — freelancers and authors alike. great one for bloggers, freelancers, and authors alike:
The following post is also a great one for bloggers, freelancers, and authors: Google Authorship: The Complete Handbook for Getting Respect, Readers, and Rankings.
Because freelancing is a business, here’s a list of 55 directories you can submit your business profile to: The Most Important Local Business Directories for SEO.
The following lists of resources are very useful.
The Top 55 Apps for Writers in 2016
Here is a list of free freelance resources that will help you start earning money from your writing:
Articles about freelancing worth reading:
Why Submitting a Resumé Might Not Get You the Job
Here is a list of free writing resources for authors and aspiring authors (and self-publishers):
A Helping Hand…dot dot dot, dash dash dash…S.O.S! (note that CMOS refers to Chicago Manual of Style)
Formatting the Look Inside (feature on Amazon)
Other writing resources:
Some fun Tools for you to Use:
Pacemaker (a writing tool to help you plan your progress and amount of words you need to write)
Written, Kitten! (to give you the boost you need!)
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