The previous parts of this guide were basically a reality check on what the writing life can be like and how to get your head straight while living it. This part here is different. I’ll give you some tools and resources to get better at the craft, get published, be successful and more. These are the ones that worked for me and I believe are helpful. I hope they can be useful for you too.
Barry Eisler writes excellent thrillers, packed with action, martial arts, spy-craft and much, much more. But even better, he’s very generous in sharing his experience as a writer with others. He has a cool section especially for writers on his website, giving loads of great advice. You can also get to his forum there, where he’s very active and has a cool community going. Here’s an interesting video where he talks about writing a bit: