I've been meaning to compile a thread of the references I use when writing and beta-reading, and there's no time like the present, right?

I present these with the caveat that your mileage may vary, and writing resources/advice are not one-size-fits-all.
To kick off, lunar's thread of writing tips is an excellent place to start (and reminded me I should finally get off my butt and make this thread). https://twitter.com/lunarwriter75/status/1321175877686734848?s=20
Commas are oft-debated and rarely agreed-upon. However, I do recommend following the adage of "know the rules before you break them," and thus I present to you:

Comma splices. Know them, identify them. Develop your style, and maaaybe use them at your own risk. (I use mine for stylistic purposes, but as sparingly as possible.)

Randy Ingermanson's website, and specifically the snowflake method, are really helpful for authors looking to develop longer storylines. He has a couple of books out on the snowflake method and I found them both really handy. https://www.advancedfictionwriting.com/articles/snowflake-method/
A basic overview of what plot development actually looks like, including why even simple character goals are important to include.

This will be an ongoing thread. If you're looking for some specific advice or resources, let me know and I'll see what I can dig up for you :)
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