Resources Roundup – Jun’21

Posted by

This week I have a tonne of useful resources from all corners of the Internet!

I recently came across the Kindlepreneur site. It’s an amazing one-stop shop for all writers who have self-published or planning to do so!

Check out their Comprehensive How to Format a Book article. I found this Writing a Children’s Book article awesome too!

If you’re wondering what to place in the front matter and back matter of your book, take a look at the Parts of a Book article.

Continuing on the trend of self-publishing, I am sure you will find this article an extremely useful comprehensive guide: Self-Publishing is a Business. Don’t Treat it Like a Childish Game

Apart from that I enjoyed a couple of recent posts over at Trish Hopkinson’s site The Selfish Poet (not sure why it’s called that given the number of resources she selflessly shares!):

Revision Quick Reference: Never mind what you wrote—what did you mean? – guest post by Elisabeth Blair

A unique idea – video poems! You Ought to Be in Pictures – guest post by Pasquale Trozzolo

Trish is taking a well-deserved break in the month of June so that’s one less valuable resource for us writers and poets, but we hope she returns with a bang.

Fellow blogger and journalist Vishal Bheroo took a leaf out of my book and wrote his own version of the post How to say I’m a Writer without actually spelling it!

And finally, I joined as a guest speaker at an event conducted by My Chapter One a few weeks ago, and the recordings are out now! It’s available in two parts – you can view Part 1 here and Part 2 here. More details coming up about this experience next week!

That’s all I have this time – please share any valuable links or resources you might have come across in the comments below!

Cover Photo by Suzy Hazelwood from Pexels


  1. Thanks Gargi for the tag and the sharing of amazing resources for writers. If this doesn’t motivate me in penning fiction pieces or a book, then I don’t know what. You are always so amazing.

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s