|Excellent Websites for Writers|
However, too many times I've stopped reading a book because the author chose to use a highly offensive example—just to illustrate a writing technique! I'll overlook mild offenses, but when it's something I know displeases God, I have to stop.
It bewilders me why a writing "expert" isn’t talented enough to write an instructional book/blog post without taking the Lord's name in vain or using some lewd subject matter.
When I teach writing classes, I like sharing helpful resources with my students. Regardless of their age, I will not recommend a source that repeatedly uses cursing and offensive subjects.
I am unable to monitor every single word, but the following sources I have found consistently present top-quality instruction in an excellent and praiseworthy manner.
Websites for Writers (in random order):
Edie Melson http://thewriteconversation.blogspot.com/
Nancy Sanders www.blogzone.com
Vonda Skelton www.vondaskelton.com
K.M. Weiland www.kmweiland.com
Carol Baldwin http://carolbaldwinblog.blogspot.com
Rachelle Gardner http://www.rachellegardner.com
Harold Underdown http://www.underdown.org
Steve Laube http://www.stevelaube.com/blog/
Rachelle Burke http://www.resourcesforchildrenswriters.blogspot.com
Cecil Murphey www.cecmurpheyswritertowriter.blogspot.com
*Please share if you know others that fall into this category!