When we asked you to nominate your favorite writing blog as one of the top 10 blogs for writers, we got over 1,100 nominations! Wonderful to see how passionate readers are about their favorite writing blog.
It’s great to see some very interesting new blogs amongst the winners! Of note is that quite a few blogs in the top 10 are associated with author platforms.
Make sure you visit all the top 10 blogs to get to know the new crop of top writing blogs.
This blog was started by Therese Walsh and Kathleen Bolton, and is an excellent source of tips and information for writers of fiction.
K.M. Weiland’s blog offers useful advice for fiction writers.
Carol Tice’s much-loved blog for freelance writers is a previous winner of the Top 10 Blogs for Writers contest.
This blog by C S Lakin is a winner of the 2012 Top Blogs for Writers contest. She runs a very personal blog for writers of fiction.
James Chartrand’s blog focuses on useful tips and information about copywriting, with some great stuff for fiction and non-fiction writers.
Kristen Lamb’s animated blog is part of her author platform.
Linda Formichelli’s blog for freelance writers is a previous winner of the Top 10 Blogs for Writers contest. She offers great advice for budding freelancers.
This is Darcy Pattison’s author platform to which she has added a blog for fiction writers.
Congratulations to all the winners! Please add your congratulations in the comments.
The badge of distinction: If you are a winner, display the badge you see above on your blog and link the badge back to this page. Here is a link you can use (with a smaller badge):
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Readers, be sure to check out these awesome blogs!
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We’ll be inviting the winners to guest post on WTD so that all our readers can get to know and enjoy these excellent bloggers.
Mary Jaksch, Chief Editor, Write to Done
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