WritingExcuses.com Blog posts and podcasts about every craft issue under the sun. A stellar resource with an amazing guest-author lineup. If you’re stuck in the revisions phase, look for the posts on rewriting, revision, editing, and using description. Here’s a great one on rewriting tips . . .
LiteraryMama.com A forum of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, profiles, etc., for moms by moms.
Plot Whisperer for Writers and Readers is a site focused on plot and how to fix problems with yours.
WriterUnboxed.com Advice on writing genre fiction.
Writer’s Digest includes articles, interviews, tips, and exercises to help writers develop their craft and increase their understanding of the publishing industry.
Wikipedia has a long way to go before it’s a reputable source on its own, but it’s a great jumping-off point for brainstorming and finding reputable sources (follow the source links at the end of articles).
A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing A seasoned genre writer gives insight into what he’s learned along the way and points readers to other recommended writing blogs.
ChrisGuillebeau.com Information for writers interested in entrepreneurial pursuits.
Inkygirl.com is a blog featuring tips, tools, and funny cartoons, plus an invaluable series on Twitter for writers.
Writer’s Digest University has newsletters, workshops, webinars, and other resources to help writers hone their craft.
ALongStoryShort.net is an e-zine with writing tips and feedback from editors to writers who ask how they can improve their work.
SixLDSwriters.blogspot.com is the work of a group of LDS writers and editors.
Writing on the Wall is a blog sponsored by Precision Editing Group and includes advice on writing, editing, and publishing.