Needless to say, a writer should read blogs on the topic of writing. That’s a surefire way to be up-to-date with the writing world and to upgrade writing skills. Moreover, reading articles of other writers is a well-known method to eliminate writer’s block, which usually happens to writers—even the most prolific ones.
The question is: Where to find riveting writing blogs that are worth reading?
In this article, I’m glad to share my favorite blogs that help me become better as a writer.
In 2010, Jeff Goins started his blog Goins Writer. Over the past 5 years, the blog has grown big and become a source of motivation for would-be and aspiring writers.
On Goins Writer, Jeff is willing to share his great insight on writing and publishing. He also loves to inspire and motivate writers by writing motivational content. His writing is so gripping and powerful that it could resonate with his readership at a deep level.
Here are 3 popular articles on Goins Writer:
- How to Stop Sounding Stupid and Write Like a Pro
- The Discipline of Blogging
- The World Needs More Artists
Aliventures is where Ali Luke—an England-based writer—blogs about her experience on writing (fiction and non-fiction).
As the only author at Aliventures, she often shares writing tips and techniques as well as writes inspirational articles. Ali’s writing is strong, and her ideas are brilliant. She could demonstrate intricate ideas in a simple, yet precise, manner.
Here are 3 popular articles on Aliventures:
- 7 Habits of Serious Writers
- 7 Ways to Write Better Blog Posts (Plus 7 Bonus Links)
- Easier, Better Writing: Harnessing Inspiration and Motivation
Write to Done
Write to Done claims to be a place for writers to find inspiration and tips whether they write non-fiction, novels, blog posts, or sale pages. In essence, Write to Done is about learning to write better.
Here are 3 popular articles on Write to Done:
- 201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity
- How to Write Better: 3 Secrets of Transmitting Naked Emotions
- What Are YOU Writing?
Writers in Charge
Writers in Charge was founded by Bamidele Onibalusi, a blogger and freelance writer from Nigeria who successfully wrote 270 guest posts over the course of eight months. Bamidele may be young, but his insight is full of wisdom.
On Writers in Charge, Bamidele and his team have written over 500 articles that fall under these big categories: Blogging, Guest Blogging, and Freelance Writing.
Here are 3 popular articles on Writers in Charge:
- How I Wrote 270 Guest Posts in 8 Months
- 5 Sure-Fire Ways To Grow and Multiply Your Freelance Income Like The Pros
- How to Write The Best Ending For Your Story
Daily Writing Tips
In May 2007, Daniel Scocco launched Daily Writing Tips with the purpose of helping others write clear and correct English. The blog’s quality is ensured by a team of writing experts.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that Daily Writing Tips is like a Wikipedia for writing. The blog covers a variety of topics ranging from grammar to spelling, from fiction writing to freelance writing. Daily Writing Tips is definitely a go-to resource for all writers.
Here are 3 popular articles on Daily Writing Tips:
Bryan Hutchinson is the writer behind Positive Writer. He used to be a not-so-confident writer—always doubted his abilities. Still, he managed to get over writer’s doubt as he consistently nurtured his passion for writing.
In November 2012, Bryan created Positive Writer to encourage, inspire and motivate writers to follow their calling. Frequently, Bryan and the blog’s contributors write to cover all aspects of being a positive writer.
Here are 3 popular articles on Positive Writer:
- The Audacity to be a Writer
- 7 Inspirational Quotes That Could Change Your Life
- How to Unlock Your Creativity and Stop Feeling Like A Failure
The Write Practice
The Write Practice is jam-packed with practical writing advice and writing prompts, which are published daily. The blog’s founder, Joe Bunting, is a writer and entrepreneur who genuinely has a way with words. Joe believes that writers need to practice in order to gain fraction.
Articles on The Write Practice tend to be short and straight to the point. The end of every article introduces a writing prompt that urges writers to practice writing the prompt for 15 minutes. Besides, the blog’s active community loves to give constructive criticism to writers who submit their practice in the comments.
Here are 3 popular articles on The Write Practice:
- The 4 Best Reasons to Start Journaling Today
- 6 Confessions of Heartbroken Writers
- What Is a Comma Splice? And Why Do Editors Hate Them?
What are your favorite writing blogs? Let’s share in the comments!