Awesome Bloggers: Dawn Shuler

*This post is part of the Write 31 Days writing challenge.

I’ve written about Dawn before but I want to mention her gain because not only does she have great products, she has a great blog.

Awesome Bloggers: Dawn Shuler

I knew Dawn virtually when I was a part of Assistu and then followed her to Writing From Your Soul. I love Dawn’s perceptive and calming writing style and I love how she approaches the writing process. I purchased her Writing From the Soul Intensive Toolkit and it has helped me tremendously. In fact, when I went back to college to finish my degree, I applied what I learned from the toolkit every time I wrote a paper for one of my classes. It made the writing process easier and I am convinced that it got me better grades. I graduated Summa Cum Laude so if it didn’t help, it certainly didn’t hurt! 🙂

As the website indicates, Dawn is all about helping people write from the soul so they can strongly convey their message in a way that connects with their audience. She also helps people to be more consistent with their message and marketing which is so very important in building a successful business.

If you want to grow your business as a self-publishing author and entrepreneur, you should really check out WritingFromYourSoul.com.

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5 Online Resources to Improve Your Writing

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In today’s digital age, writing well is essential. It is particularly important if you want to make money selling information products or self-publishing a book. If you write poorly, you may not be taken seriously as an expert in your field. Also, bad writing can affect your review rating on Amazon.com (or other review websites) and ultimately affect your sales.

Therefore, I thought I would share some of my favorite writing websites. If you need a little writing help, or you want a quick resource for when you have a writing question, here are some great websites to keep handy:

1. Writing From Your Soul. Dawn is a fellow former AssistU colleague and is amazing! She  focuses on content creation and offers several writing programs and coaching services. A few years ago, I purchased Dawn’s “Writing from the Soul Intensive Toolkit” and I am convinced that using her system is one of the reasons I graduated from college this May “Summa Cum Laude” (high honors).

2. Grammar Girl. This site offers tons of writing advice and tips. (It also had tons of other kids of tips, too!)

3. The Elements of Style. This is the online version of the well-known grammar handbook. A must-have for any writer.

4. Writer’s Digest. Go here for general writing tips, forums and writing groups, competitions and information about getting published.

5. The Working Writer’s Coach. This resource is a great resource for freelance writers and those looking to be published. She also has writing tips and other resources you may find useful.

Coming Soon: I am in the process of finishing up a “sister” website to this one called http://www.grammarplace.com/. On this website you will find weekly videos offering practical, easy to implement, grammar tips.

What’s your favorite writing resource? Do take a moment to share it in the comments!

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P.S. You can download a free printable version of this list here. (Subscribers can access this download on their private page.)

*I am not an affiliate for any of these websites nor are there any affiliate links in this post.