…about the Writers’ & Artists’ website.
This week’s useful information is about a vital tool for any would-be (and established) writers out there! You may recall (if you’ve been with me since the beginning) that I mentioned the awesomeness that is the Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook in one of my first posts. If you haven’t already got your copy, I strongly recommend you buy one ASAP. They also do one specifically for Children’s Writers’ & Artists, so check them both out, and see which will be the best option for you.
The Writers’ & Artists’ website is seriously amazing. It covers everything! We’re talking:
- Developing an idea
- Story and plot
- Literary Agents
- Query Letters
- How to deal with rejection
- Self Publishing
- Design and formatting
- Things you need to know about After Publication
- Events and courses to help you with your writing and publishing goals
- Dedicated genre advice for kids lit, YA, historical fiction, short stories, poetry, thrillers, and more!
They also offer editorial services, and have an interactive community you can join, as well as really helpful blogs to peruse.
I cannot stress enough how invaluable a resource this website (and their Yearbook) is for writers. It’s been one of my most useful go-to’s in the tiny writers’ toolkit I’m starting to assemble for myself. If you haven’t had chance to have a look yet, go check out the Writers’ & Artists’ website now. It’s definitely one worth bookmarking!