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Are you maximizing all of your FREE writing resources?

Updated: May 8, 2020

I’ve been helping people published books since 2018, not to mention that I self-published my first book in 2010. So I’ve heard excuses…heck,

I’ve even given them! But I want to help you today to get rid of your excuses and get you closer to publishing your book. Did you know that there are FREE resources out there to help you with your writing? Here is a list of five FREE resources that you aren’t maximizing:

Don’t feel comfortable with writing grammar? Check out Washington’s State University common grammar errors by Professor Paul Brians by clicking here.

Have too many ideas and not sure how to organize them? Try It is a great mind-mapping tool, can give you a leg up on organizing your thoughts and laying out a story.

Stuck and can’t think of anything to write? Click here and check out some unique writing prompts by Creativity Portal. 

Thinking of a word but can't pinpoint what it is? Acronym Finder is the world's largest and most comprehensive dictionary of acronyms, abbreviations, and initials. Visit them to get the help you need to find that word.

Whether you're writing poetry, songs, or something else entirely, you can get help rhyming words with this site, Rhyme Zone

The best way you can thank me is by getting your book done! But if you need any help along the way, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.


Ashley M King

The Get It Done Queen helping people of faith tell their story by writing a book and maximize their reach through speaking and events.

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