Well, that's why I follow Debbie's site Writing While the Rice Boils: "Resources for writers with little time and even less money, who are on the journey to publication."
I found Debbie's site through the Pikes Peak Writers member directory. She's very helpful and friendly on her blog and in person. I met her at a writer's conference.
Debbie shares relevant resources available on the Internet and bonus: I don't have to search for them. Debbie does all that work for us. She reviews books on the writing craft, highlights agents on Fridays and shares a ton of resources.
If you don't follow her regular posts, you can search for a specific topic through the "Looking for a Post?" box in the right hand column.
She also Tweets her posts, so follow her on Twitter @DebbieMaxAllen
A few recent posts I enjoyed:
- A free online writing conference information here at: Not One, But Two Free Online Writing Conferences.
- Got Plot? Or maybe just a plot issue? Free Course: Twenty Master Plot Exercises
- She helps you remain well-rounded with resources like this: Free Resources for Listening While You Write.
If you get a chance, look up her site. Lots of useful resources there.