Writing Resources for Members
We've put together a (growing) list of resources to help all writers...new and experienced.
The Public Lending Right Program compensates authors for free public access to their books in libraries.
The University of Waterloo has a print on demand service that anyone can access. The turn around times is short and the cost is very reasonable.
There is an enormous difference between living with your work as an electronic file and actually holding a hard copy in your hands.
Middle Grade & Young Adult Books
Download the PDF below for basic information, and advice from successful authors, to serve as a reminder of fundamentals.
The Writers Workshop in the UK
(Agent/Editorial Service) has well-organized reference material that gets straight to the point, including these two downloadable files:
Submission & Critiquing Guidelines
Books on Writing
This downloadable file contains some of the most well-known books about writing, as suggested by fellow Circle members.