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Erika Hayes, Author – Write like a reader, read like a writer and edit like a beast!

download (2)I have reported previously on One Stop For Writers, and as we wind up a week of ideas to help writers it dawned on me that I don’t think I ever really shared about Writers Helping Writers  (writershelpingwriter.net).  This is how I found One Stop For Writers the site that I promise you will quickly become your most valued writing tool.

While One Stop is mega helpful, the powerhouses behind the Writer’s Thesaurus Collection also have a fantastic newsletter that goes out on a regular basis that including amazing articles from industry leaders and they spend HOURS on the Occupation Thesaurus that come to your email inbox for wait for it… FREE!

Writers Helping Writers is an educational site.  If you are looking to improve your writing, this site and especially the newsletter is something you want to take advantage of right away!   This site is packed, don’t just get the newsletter, go there a lot to see all the amazing things they offer.

I am only hoping that the Occupational posts are next to print the Writer’s Thesaurus Collection.  There is a huge selection of freebies in the way of PDFs and other material that will better your writing.  This site really is a labor of love and understanding from the authors, Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi, that writers need to stick together and help one another.  Please do yourself a favor, go to Writers Helping Writers and sign up for that newsletter and then pop over to One Stop and get yourself all signed up for that site.  One stop for Writers,  if asked (or not asked), is the one site I tell writers to invest, your REI will ten fold!

I look forward to hearing about your experience with both of these sites.

To show how deeply I believe you will love this site and their books I am giving away one of the Emotional Thesaurus Books, simply leave a comment.  One name will be randomly chosen from the entries.  Good Luck!

2 thoughts on “Help for Writers

  1. I’ve never heard of that before – I’ll have to put it on my list of sites to check out. Thank you!

  2. You are so sweet, Erika! Thanks for passing us on as a resource!

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