Here is a list of various web resources, most of which are based internationally.
Scribophile is an on-line critiquing site dedicated to helping writers improve their stories and develop their writing in a supportive environment. All members of the site are writers, new and experienced.
The Writer’s Bloc is a magical place where you can get quality feedback on your writing, read fantastic stories for free and engage in a growing community of writers.
Wattpad – whatever you’re into, it’s all free on Wattpad: the world’s largest community for readers and writers. A good place for beginning writers to share their work and receive reviews etc.
CreateSpace is an Amazon-linked company that contains all the tools necessary to independently publish your own books. Many of our authors have used CreateSpace – look for tutorials on the blog.
Lulu is another print-on-demand company for independent publishing.
Goodreads is the place for book reviews and to find your next great read. If you are a published author, and your title does not appear on Goodreads, let us know and we’ll see it gets up there.
3 a.m. Epiphany Project is a blog dedicated to working through all the challenges from Brian Kiteley’s book of the same name.
Duotrope is the one stop shop for all your short story publishing needs. It is an exhaustive and fully searchable database of nearly every online and print magazine and anthology out there – along with user statistics on things like acceptance rate and response time. They even have a calendar of upcoming requested submissions if your looking for an idea of something to write about.