Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous, or just awesome. Below, you’ll find all of April’s Website Wonders categorized into Writing, Reading, Art, and the Weird.
If you enjoy these websites, be sure to follow me on Twitter @AuthorSAT because I share even more websites and photos like this there.
Favorite Article: 6 Hard Truths Every Writer Should Accept.
I really loved how honest and open it was without making the reader fell overwhelmed or inexperienced for not already knowing the information. (Plus, I agree with everything said in the article.) A great, to-the-point piece to consider.
The Power of Words and How To Build Your Vocabulary: I hear questions about building one’s vocabulary a lot, so here is an excellent article about it.
12 Useful Websites to Improve Your Writing: Use these at your own discretion, but I thought it was a fun list to explore.
An Affective Beginner’s Guide to Writing Books (An Infograph): I love infographs. I simply cannot help myself.
Creative Writing Exercises: This is a virtual list of other writing exercise lists.
10 Phenomenally Tricky Books Everyone Should Read: If you’re feeling particularly tricky this month.
10 Incredibly Useful Books You Should Own: Your library is going to grow from these lists!
Visually Arresting New Sketchbook Spreads and Drawings by Pat Perry: I found these disturbing in a delightful way.
Here Are The 50 Most Ironic Ways People Have Died. Seriously, Don’t Die Like This.: I often say that so many things happen in real life that we can’t put in fiction, because readers wouldn’t believe it. This article is a perfect example for the morbid character in you.
40 People From The Internet Reveal An Unexplainable Moment From Their Lives: I love little stories like this, especially in the middle of the night.
5 Superpowers You Didn’t Know Your Body Was Hiding From You: Who doesn’t love superpowers?
See you next month,
Clean Teen Publishing is hosting an event – the #AskCTP Giveaway on Twitter TONIGHT! I’m REALLY excited about this live author-reader Q&A, and I really hope you all can make it. You can even win a CTP Mystery Box, which includes 1 to 2 print books, swag, and more.
In other news, I will be at the 101st Annual Missouri Writers’ Guild Conference in Kansas City, Missouri from April 29 to May 1! Feel free to shoot me an e-mail if you’re coming, so we can connect! I’d love to see some of you there. It’s going to be an absolute blast.
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#AuthorinaCoffeeShop Episode 17 starts this Thursday via Twitter’s @AuthorSAT at 7 PM CDT. What is #AuthorinaCofffeeShop? Just how it sounds! I sit in a coffee shop, people watch, tweet out my writer thoughts, and talk to you! I hope to see you there.
He’s currently talking customer service into giving him paperclips to adjust the weight of his paper airplane. 📎📃✈#AuthorinaCoffeeShop
— Shannon A. Thompson (@AuthorSAT) April 22, 2016