Here are some of the closely-associated writing websites we vultures give two hearty beaks up to. If you’re looking for writing resources, many of these great organisations and tools below will be able to help:
Grammarly – helps you find the errors in your writing. Not 100% correct all the time but it gives you a decent idea.
Portent – stuck for ideas? This handy randomiser helps to clear the cobwebs.
Noisili – get rid of unwanted noise distractions with these almost snoozeworthy moodboards.
Hemingway – helps you to produce clean and fuss-free writing with a simple interface.
Story Wars – one of the best ways to get your creative juices flowing, this tool lets you compete against others to create the best story on a topic of choosing.
Google Docs – collaborate with other writers and receive feedback in real-time.
PageFour – for the writer who has a hundred different things on the go at once, this tool lets you organise it all.
Poetica – write better with others and find valuable information at the same time.
Drunk Monkeys – CV friends and all round writing wizards.
LitReactor – discuss with fellow writers and take part in great workshops at the same time.
Goodreads – for authors, having your work listed on here is an absolute must.
AdviceToWriters – priceless tips from a writer who has been there and done that.
DailyWritingTips – exactly what it sounds like!
FundsforWriters – make money from your delicious words.
Helping Writers Become Authors – a website dedicated to turn your work into cold hard money.
SmartWritingService – for students who need essay writing help from real experts.
‘On Writing’ – Stephen King
‘The Creative Writing Student’s Handbook Paperback’ – Cathie Hartigan