November 1, 2004
More Writing Guideposts:
Citation & Style
Grammar & Punctuation
Books & Literature
Check out the resources in the Writer's Tools & Resources box.
Loads of articles on how to write better, be creative, and get published.
A nice index from the About.com folks. Look in the "Essentials"
box to get started.
Resources from Purdue's Online Writing Lab
This list of links includes research and reference materials, genre
info, resources for teachers, and academic/scholarly writing info.
You may want to check out what else OWL
has to offer.
"Durant Imboden's articles for writers." This fellow created
MSN's Writing Forum in 1995 and has since been posting his articles
on writing at this site. You'll find advice about literary agents,
how to write and sell, travel writing and more.
Writing Children's Books
Write4Kids.com has gathered some great information for people interested
in getting into this market. Go to the Learn section for brief articles
on a variety of topics.
Paradigm Online Writing Assistant
This online tutorial will help you discover what to write and how
to organize, revise, and edit what you write. There's also help
for documenting your sources. Several essay types and thesis writing
are also supported.
The Nuts and Bolts
of College Writing
Thinking, style, structure, evidence, and mechanics are the main
topics available at this online guide for the college student.
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More interesting sites you might want to try.
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