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Looking for tools to write and publish a book? We can help with that! This is our Writer's Corner page, where we gather all of our writing resources so that you can add your indie book to our collection, and the collections of libraries of across the state. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Other Writing Resources
LinkedIn Learning, an active learning platform offered by BiblioTech, offers many 52 different courses to enhance your writing skills. IMPORTANT NOTE: After downloading the app, click "Sign in with your library card" and click in the box to change "libraryID" to say "bibliotech" (all lower case). Then you will enter your library card number and password/PIN (we can help you get your card number or reset your password, if needed!).
Universal Class is another active learning platform offered by BiblioTech. Please be sure to click SIGN IN and then sign in with the email address and password you used to register for Universal Class. If you haven't yet registered for this service through BiblioTech, please do so here.
This platform features over 50 courses to help develop writing skills, including:
- Novel Writing 101 - Using the steps outlined within this course, aspiring novelists can find the structure they need to create a well-crafted manuscript.
- Nonfiction Writing 101 - This course is designed to take you beyond the basics and to guide you through the writing process to the finish line.
- Genre-specific classes - These courses include topics like Historical Fiction Writing, Writing for Children and Writing Romance.
More information about LinkedIn Learning and UniversalClass is available on our Active Learning Platforms page.
The TexShare databases offer a resource for writers called the Literary Reference Center.