Here I have created a small collection of links that have served me well and I would recommend. Of course as being German there are several German websites.
R. O. Schäfer is the author of fantasy and mystery novels. He is also very committed to other authors on social media. Always willing to enhance networking and making himself and others well-known.
Marcus Johanus and Axel Hollmann, two German authors, podcast weekly on topics about writing novels. It is a perfect place for SF, fantasy and thriller authors, but they also give very good general writing tips.
One of the Schreibdilettanten has a blog with a lot of very informative articles for authors.
A German author who has very good tips for authors on his website.
The American authors Brandon Sanderson, Dan Wells, Howard Tayler and Mary Robinette Kowal podcast weekly for 15 minutes on writing topics. Very informative and highly recommended.
A German website that revolves around self-publishing. Any questions regarding the topic are answered.
An Italian distributor of e-books with which I have published my first story and will probably publish more works. They deliver to all relevant online stores in the world.
Software company that has developed Scrivener. For me THE authoring software.
National Novel Writing Month. Every November authors from around the world get together to write in the 30 days of November the first draft of a novel of at least 50,000 words. That's 1667 words a day.
Shawn Coyne, an editor with over 25 years of experience has developed the Story Grid. A structure, which make stories work. Together with Tim Grahl he does a weekly podcast editing Tim's book while he's writing it.
A podcast specifically for selfpublishing. James Blatch and Mark Dawson give helpful advice and talk to successful indie authors.
Joanna Penn is a British author and entrepreneur. She has written several novels and books on writing, self-publishing and marketing.
A subsidiary of Amazon, where you can upload your own books, to sell as a printed book on Amazon.
Another subsidiary of Amazon, where you can upload your own books, to sell as an e-book on Amazon.
A German website that devoted itself to make selfpublisher and their works more known..
A website where you can give away an e-book for free and get contacts for your mailing list or reviews in return.
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