Jami Gold recently interviewed Elizabeth here, and it's fascinating to read about the process Elizabeth went through to (1) realize that we as writers need a dedicated knowledge base, and (2) put one together. For free, and in her own time too!!! As she says:
"[W]riters need different information at different times. When they’re writing a first draft, they need plotting help. When writers hit a wall, they want inspirational posts. When they revise, they’d like editing tips. When they’re querying…well, you get the idea.I don't know about you, but just as Elizabeth says in that interview, I've collected hundreds of bookmarked posts. So I was pretty chuffed (do you use that word in the US?) to find this amazing resource, and I thought I would share it with you. Happy researching!
These writing links needed to be searchable. It was crazy for writers to have a thousand bookmarked sites—and bookmarks for information that they don’t currently even need."
How about you: Do you know about the Writer's Knowledge Base? Do you use it? Are there any other writing resources you know of/use regularly that you'd like to share with us all?