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5 blogs all writers should subscribe to

As much as we love being purveyors of great information, there is simply no way for us to curate all the incredible and constantly-changing insights into the publishing (and self-publishing) industry in a weekly post.  Hence, we’ve gathered a list of five blogs any one who is (or aspires to be) an author should be receiving in their inboxes or Readers.  In other words: subscribe to these blogs!

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Five Blogs Writers Should Subscribe To

Michael Hyatt: A best-selling author with experience in literally every aspect of traditional publishing, Michael Hyatt’s insight into the industry and related topics such as platform, technologies, and business make his blog a must-read for writers.

Rachelle Gardner: As an agent, Rachelle offers insight into the ins and outs of getting a publishing deal and what to do once you have one.  Her blog is filled with practical and relevant information about crafting proposals, managing your brand, and more.

Chad AllenErin first met Chad at Re:Write and since then we have both become huge fans of his blog.  Chad is an editorial director for Baker Books.  We are fans of his down-to-earth writing style and willingness to offer his experience as a means for helping others achieve their goals.  {His advice for improving my author bio was immensely helpful!}

DuoLitShannon and Toni are filled with knowledge and experience about self-publishing.  Covering topics from branding to technology and everything in between, we find that DuoLit is one of our “go to” resources.  Plus, their PDF resources are incredible!

Nick Thacker:  Nick’s tagline is “on living and writing well.”  His blog is a great mix of tools, ideas, and encouragement for doing just that.  If you haven’t visited Nick’s blog, go now.  It’s definitely one of our top five.

What are your must read blogs for writing and marketing insight?

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    1. It was my pleasure to include you, Chad! I appreciate your willingness to “dig in” with us writers-who-dream and share your experience and expertise. You are a great representative for your company and your industry!

  1. Thanks for sharing your top five. I’ll be checking these out as soon as I get to my laptop. I don’t like reading lengthy pieces on my phone.

    1. We understand that, Claudette! I think you will find each of these very useful and encouraging!

    1. Nick, I love your blog! It’s definitely one of the most valuable resources in my “toolbox” as a writer. Thanks for stopping by!

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