Writing tips:

  1. Writing mysteries for children’s magazine
  2. Writer Beware Blogs!
  3. LifeReboot
  4. Manuscript Format: Short Story
  5. Keep me in suspense
  6. Writers Digest
  7. Fiction Factor
  8. The different types of fiction
  9. Different types of editing
  10. Composition patterns: narrative and descriptive
  11. Fiction writing tips: story grid
  12. Short Stories: 10 Tips for Novice Creative Writers
  13. Short story writing: 10 beginnings to avoid
  14. Short story writing: 10 endings to avoid
  15. Four Essential Phases Of A Great Story
  16. Tell a story!
  17. 3 reasons why you should use storytelling
  18. Anthropomorphism: the ancient storytelling tool
  19. Have you established your main character at the start?
  20. Writerisms and other Sins: A Writer’s Shortcut to Stronger Writing
  21. 5 killer ways to improve your writing right now
  22. How to write your own manga
  23. Angle on writing: character development
  24. Breathing life into characters
  25. 8 unstoppable rules for writing killer short stories
  26. Tips for writing effective dialogue
  27. Tips on finding great ideas for a short story or novel
  28. Tips for writing a fantasy novel
  29. How to write a novel: advice and guidelines on writing fiction
  30. Write clearer story themes
  31. Fantasy writing tips for fantasy writer
  32. Crafting the braided narrative
  33. Out of your head
  34. The Writer’s friend
  35. How to tell a great story
  36. How to write a novel the snowflake method
  37. Top 10 writing tips to help you write more
  38. Zen power writing: 15 tips on how to generate ideas and write with ease
  39. Writing tips for aspiring romance authors
  40. Fiction writing tips
  41. Tips from Masters
  42. However, thank you for your interest…
  43. Making light: slushkiller
  44. What a writer needs to know about editors & agents
  45. Writing world
  46. Has fiction lost its power?
  47. Using character sheets in fiction writing
  48. Understanding the power of fan fiction for young authors
  49. English teacher and noir fiction writer shares his love of words
  50. Exploring the persuasive power of fiction
  51. 7 book writing secrets that make your book sales soar
  52. Clean up your narration
  53. Story flow
  54. Helping you get published
  55. Detail & Dialogue
  56. Speaking of dialogue
  57. Writer’s Digest: 101 best sites
  58. Setting effective writing goals
  59. Tips on writing better dialogue
  60. Get your book published
  61. How to write a story
  62. Avoiding too much back story
  63. The keys to marketing your book
  64. 5 simple marketing tips from M.J. Rose
  65. Don’t be a writing diva
  66. Dailywritingtips
  67. Turning a novel into a screenplay
  68. From idea to published book
  69. The purple crayon
  70. Books for writers
  71. Will the editor steal my idea?
  72. Publishing Advice from Jeanette Perez from HarperCollins Publishers
  73. How people read on the web
  74. Get the best of your writer’s block
  75. Resources for romance writers
  76. A WritersDigest.tv Video Exclusive with bestselling author Lee Child
  77. Surviving the spite
  78. Don’t write for PIE
  79. Highlights for children
  80. Warnings and cautions for writers
  81. The fantasy novelist’s exam
  82. The top 10 tips on storytelling and making an impact

About writing and its art:

  1. Findcliches
  2. From Hairdresser to comic book writer
  3. Writer of steel
  4. A comics writer…Kurt Busiek
  5. Bestselling author plots a new career in comics
  6. Author-ized articles
  7. Advice to aspiring writers
  8. Tips for fiction writers
  9. On writing in English
  10. 8 rules of writing
  11. Learn from the Greats: 7 writing habits of amazing writers

Publishing tips:

  1. How to self publish a book
  2. “Manuscripts Wanted” – questions you should ask the publisher before you sign
  3. Getting published
  4. So you wanna get a short story published
  5. Writing a query to editors and agents
  6. Where to submit your fiction work
  7. What do you think about self-published books?
  8. Self-publishing book production & marketing mistakes to avoid
  9. How to self-publish for profit
  10. How to publish your short stories
  11. why people hate self-published authors
  12. Buried in the slush pile
  13. Getting out of the slush pile
  14. The shocking truth about the slush pile
  15. How to outsource the slush pile
  16. Secrets of book publishing I wish I had known
  17. Self-publishing gets an extreme makeover
  18. Is this the way to publish your book?
  19. Self-publishing success stories
  20. 10 disciplines for fiction writers
  21. Creating special characters

Writing sites:

  1. Fictionpress
  2. Scribd

Writers’ networking / platforms:

  1. Writers.net
  2. Nanowrimo
  3. QLRS
  4. Silverfishbooks
  5. Startastory
  6. Write4Kids
  7. Authonomy
  8. GenReality
  9. Editor Unleashed

Submission Guidelines from foreign publishers:

  1. Strange Horizons

Submission Guidelines from Singaporean publishers:

  1. AsiapacBooks
  2. Flame of the Forest
  3. Monsoon Books
  4. Graham Brash Publishing

Online self-publishing sites:

  1. Lulu.com
  2. Amazon: digital text platform
  3. BookSurge

Understand your rights & copyrights:

  1. Understanding rights and copyrights
  2. Rights: what they mean and why they’re important
  3. How to recycle your writing and get away with it


  1. Two Trees

Writing grants & schemes in Singapore:

  1. NAC – literary arts financial assistance and development

Literary Agents:

  1. Paul Rozario
  2. Geraldine Cooke
  3. Bookends, LLC
  4. JABberwocky

Writing tools:

  1. RoughDraft
  2. WordWeb Pro
  3. Mindmap freeware
  4. Scribus

ISBN & legal deposit:

  1. NLB deposit
  2. ISBN registration (Singapore)

Other types of writing – freelance:

  1. The top 100 freelancer blogs
  2. Writing 101

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