The wonderful author Elizabeth Spann Craig and software engineer Mike Fleming have created a search engine for writers. No need to Google then wade through 50 sites that don’t get you what you want. The engine is called: the Writer’s Knowledge Base search engine.
Elizabeth has always visited blogs and posted the best of what she found on her own blog, Mystery Writing is Murder. When she had gathered over 1500 wonderful posts and article on writing, she realized she needed a way to not only to share these resources, but to make them available and searchable by anyone. With the help of Mike Fleming, a software engineer, they created a searchable engine. And it’s free.
You can read more about Writer’s Knowledge Base on Elizabeth’s blog. The resources provided by the search engine will continue to grow as she adds more and more articles to the list. Mike is continuing to make the engine fun and accessible. Elizabeth noted in her blog that he has included “a fun feature where a writer can browse the links and find random writing-related articles.”
On the homepage of Writer’s Knowledge Base, you’ll find a list of random articles. You can also search by category or keyword. Give it a try. And if you forget the link to WKB, look over in my sidebar - you’ll find a link there.
Thank you Elizabeth and Mike!
1 year ago