(Image by Susan Foster.)

Writing Associations:

Medium publishing platform and writing community 

Critique partners:

-Having one or more critique partners is invaluable! I found my two wonderful partners through a critique partner matching program offered by WFWA. We live in three different countries, but meet monthly via video chat and share our documents using Google Docs and MS Word.

Craft Books:

Write That Novel! by Karen McQuestion
Blueprint For a Book by Jennie Nash
Intuitive Editing by Tiffany Yates Martin
Refuse to Be Done by Matt Bell


Lit Match with Abigail K Perry
Fiction Writing Made Easy with Savannah Gilbo
The Shit No One Tells You About Writing with Bianca Marais, Carly Watters, and Cece Lyra
#badasswriters Podcast with Kathleen Foxx
The Kate and Abbie Show with Kate and Abbie Emmons
You Should Write a Book with Camille Pagan
Hear Us Roar with Maggie Smith
The Best of Women's Fiction with Lainey Cameron & Ashley Hasty
The Moth Radio Story Hour
Your Next Draft with Alice Sudlow

Creative Tools and Apps:

Ribbet (a tool I've used for years for photo editing)
Blogger (Blogger is the host for both my lifestyle blog and my author webpage)
Mailerlite (For my sign-up forms and newsletter)
Canva (I use the free version)

Apple Products

- I write on a MacBook Air and sometimes use my iPad as a second screen when editing.
- I primarily use Google Docs to store my documents, although sometimes I write in MS Word.
-Some other apps on my computer that I can't do without include:
  • One Note (I use this the same way some writers use Scrivener, and I find it really helpful.)
  • Notes
  • Screenshot
  • Dictionary / Thesaurus
  • Stickies


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