There are so many amazing resources for writers out there to help you improve your craft! Here are some of my favorites.
Writing Excuses: Get expert writing advice from Brandon Sanderson and friends.
Self-Publishing School: Learn how to self publish your work.
The Writer Files: A podcast that talks about the habits and methods of well-known writers.
Dead Robots’ Society: A lighthearted podcast offering advice to aspiring writers.
A Way with Words: A podcast that examines language through the lens of history and culture.
YouTube channels for writers
David Farland: Expert writing coach and bestselling author gives practical and insightful advice to writers.
Brandon Sanderson: Full length college-level lectures on writing and other great instructional videos.
iWriterly: Industry-focused advice for writers from a literary agent/author.
ShaelinWrites: A channel from an author giving in-the-trenches advice to other authors.
Tyler Mowery: A filmmaker who uses films to talk about creating better characters and conflicts in fiction.
Trope Anatomy: Breaking down the tropes of storytelling to help your own writing.
Terrible Writing Advice: A humorous channel that helps you spot bad writing so you can eliminate it.
Websites for writers
Agent Query: Search for agents and see what they are looking for.
QueryShark: Advice on how to write query letters that work.
NaNoWriMo: The official website of National Novel Writing Month
750 Words: A writing prompts website that helps you get in the habit of writing every day.
Helping Writers Become Authors: A professional writers shares writing advice to help aspiring writers get published.
Writer’s Digest: The website for the popular writing magazine with additional resources for writers.
Poets and Writers: This is a non-profit organization that offers supports to poets and writers of all sorts.
ProWriting Aid: A program that acts as a writing coach, grammar checker, style editor and more.
Scrivener: A full-featured writing program that helps you keep everything organized for complex projects.