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What a blessing it is to be able to learn from the expertise and experience of published novelists, literary agents, book editors, and marketing gurus.  The internet provides the opportunity to read articles on a variety of topics that take you virtually through the entire novel writing process.  Most provide free articles and advice on their blogs and websites.  Some of them also offer paid critique and other services.  Another valuable resource is fiction writing groups online.  I’ve listed some of my favorite resources below.

I’m going to start with a few excellent articles that will get you on the right track:

So You Want to be a Writer – Candy Arrinton, Christian Communicator Manuscript Critique Service

How Do You Learn to Write? – Rachelle Gardner, Literary Agent

Fiction Writing:  Craft and Story – Rachelle Gardner, Literary Agent

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Writing Techniques at Suite 101 with Camy Tang

Story Sensai – Camy Tang

Writing Right – Gail Gaymer Martin, author of Writing the Christian Romance

Kaye Dacus

My Writing Therapy – Susan May Warren and Rachel Hauck

Advice for NovelistsC. J. Darlington

Advanced Fiction Writing Magazine – Randy Ingermanson

Christian Fiction Factor

How to WriteeHarlequin

Pix ‘n Pens

Learn the Elements of a Novel

Christian Fiction Online Magazine

You Wanna Be Published -Mary Demuth

Writing Career Coach – Tiffany Colter

Books and Such Literary Agency

CBA Ramblings – Rachelle Gardner, Word Serve Literary

MacGregor LiteraryChip MacGregor

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Be sure not to miss Donald Maas’ free book on The Career Novelist.

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