9 Author Blogs That Are Must-Reads For Writers | Web Design Relief

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9 Author Blogs That Are Must-Reads For Writers | Web Design Relief

There are countless author blogs waiting to be read, from emerging writers to some of the most recognized names in the publishing world. With so many author blogs to choose from, how do you zero in on the very best—the blogs that are thought-provoking, informational, or just downright fun to read? Thankfully, all it takes is a few clicks, because the Internet experts at Web Design Relief have done all the research for you and compiled a list of author blogs that are must-reads for writers.

9 Author Blogs That Are Great Must-Reads

www.TheCreativePenn.com: Joanna Penn is a prolific, best-selling thriller writer, but she also devotes time to helping other writers succeed in publishing. Her blog, The Creative Penn, is packed with writing tips, author interviews, and book marketing advice.

www.MikeDuran.com: Mike Duran publishes both Christian and horror novels, and his blog covers an impressive range of topics. From critiquing common writing tropes and encouraging writers to leave their comfort zone, to peeking behind the curtain of the publishing world and exploring its intricacies, Duran’s blog is a must-read.

www.LeeGoldberg.com/Blog: New York Times best-selling author Lee Goldberg is an ace at reviewing the latest and greatest releases in the mystery and crime genre on his blog. With a background in TV production, Goldberg also shares insightful analyses of the writing industry as a whole.

www.AnneRAllen.com: Authors Anne R. Allen and Ruth Harris utilize their blog to post writing tips and tricks to keep authors inspired and writing every day. They also share industry insights to help writers navigate the rocky waters of publishing. According to their tagline, their blog is “Writing about writing. Mostly.”

www.Journal.NeilGaiman.com: Neil Gaiman is a juggernaut in the publishing world. His works have moved from the page to the big screen and across multiple streaming services—notably Prime Video’s Good Omens and Netflix’s Lucifer. But when Neil isn’t working on his next fantasy hit, he blogs! Check out his blog for a behind-the-scenes look at the writing and television production process.

www.HollyLisle.com: Having written over forty books across multiple genres, it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to call Holly Lisle an expert on all things publishing. On her blog, Lisle shares details about her writing process, manuscript goals, and tips for success in the writing and publishing world.

www.Marion-Hill.com: Marion Hill, author of the Kammbia series, has been sharing book reviews for the better part of ten years. His blog is the place to go to find your next favorite book. Between book recommendations, Marion also shares his thoughts on movies, comics, and even African cuisine.

www.LiveWriteThrive.com: Novelist and writing coach C.S. Lakin’s blog, Live Write Thrive, takes a mindful approach to teaching new writers the tricks of the trade. Not only does she offer in-depth writing guides on everything from perfecting your written scenery to crafting genuine characters, but she also focuses on keeping writers calm and motivated.

www.DebbieOhi.com/Blog: For children’s book authors, there’s no better blog to browse than Debbie Ohi’s Debbie’s Blog. You can learn more about her colorful cast of characters, as well as read advice on writing, illustrating, and publishing children’s books. She also regularly promotes her fellow children’s book authors and shares tips on how to stay active and encouraged while writing. Plus, we love her blog’s adorable layout!

If you’re ready to write your own author blog, check out our tips for starting and maintaining a must-read blog:

How To Start A Blog People Will Want To Read

9 Blogging Mistakes To Avoid—And The Easy Fixes

Writer: Create Your Own Author Blog Editorial Calendar

 

Question: What author blog would you add to this list? Let us know in the comment section!

 

1 Comment

  1. Brittany Sanders

    Chuck Wendig’s blog “Terrible Minds” should be on this list too!

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