Resources for Writers
Below are some links to resources for writers that you may find useful. Copy the link in a new window in your browser and have a look at each one. We hope they will be helpful to you.
This site (Freelance Writing Jobs) is principally for freelance writers and has Job Posts, Writing Gigs, Downloads, Writing Tips, and much more.
This lists the Open Culture resources with many free courses.
This site is the Open Education Database writing resources page. It has Blogs, Business Advice, Style Guides, English Language Skills, Writing Genres, Data Sources, News Digests, Media Resources, Tools, Writing Services, and other sections full of valuable information for both professional and aspiring writers.
This site is the Amherst College Online Resource for Writers page. It has information on the Writing Process, Elements of Effective Writing, handling special Writing Situations, and Reference sections.
This site is the Monmouth University Resource for Writers page. It has information on Grammar and Punctuation, the Writing Process, ESL, writing for Research and Documentation, etc.
One of the most difficult (and most important) aspects of writing is the start of your publication or article. It sets the subject and tone, for example. This site describes possible "Opening Gambits" which should be a great help.
This site has Writing Workshop Videos, Grammar and Word Usage information, Science, and History Writing Resources.
This site is focused on the needs of Consultants. For example, it has information on Writing, Reusing, and even Marketing Deliverables.
This site is for Freelancers. It has help in Organizing, Writing, Proofing, Researching,Illustrating, Finding Work, Social Media, and much more.
This site is for Tutors in English and other Languages. It is both for Tutors wanting clients and Clients needing tutors.
This site is part of Lynda.com and is an introductory video about a scriptwriting course by Rick Allen Lippett.
This site is an excellent English grammar resource.
This site indexes scholarly articles. This link is a helpful supplement:https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/articles/google-scholar/.
This site is the Eurolingua Institute.
This site can help you with illustrations such as book covers and graphics.