Screen Craft is mainly for those interested in screen writing. However, they provide a wealth of information on writing that can be used for other types. On this site you will see free downloads, classes, newsletter sign-up, and much more.

Daily Writing Tips not only provides tips on writing, but they also have tons of information from grammar to quizzes to types of writing.

If you are looking to cite your sources using a particular style, such as APA, MLA, Chicago Style, among many others, this website accommodates all of them.

This site is for writers of all skill levels. It’s a community of writers who incite creativity/creative writing by way of interacting.

If you are looking for information about self-publishing, this website is for you. Jane Friedman puts out a wealth of information and updates her website regularly.

This site offers writing prompts and exercises to jump start you with your writing. It also provides anagrams and vocabulary games. Everything is completely free. Take a look and try this page out.

I’m sure most of you have heard about Grammarly. Here is the official website for it. According to this website, it is free. If you want to write mistake free papers, stories, or what have you, Grammarly is one of the best tools to help you.

Advanced Fiction Writing is an excellent site for fiction writers. Whether you are just starting out or well advanced with published works, this site holds a wealth of information that will help you on your writing journey. You will find articles, information on where to start and where you are in your writing endeavors, what exactly the author/creator of this website can teach you, and much more.

There is a right and wrong way to use adverbs. This page gives detailed information about when to use and when not to use them.

More sites will be added regularly.