WKB is a search engine for writers. Mystery author Elizabeth Spann Craig planted the seeds for this database by tweeting links to great posts about writing by other authors. She then realized that an archive of these links would be a great asset to the writing community. Mike Fleming brought his technical expertise to her aid and together they created a search engine that’s pretty awesome.
Imagine if you could go to a specific database that contains all links pertaining to writing craft and industry. Now you can. Instead of Googling, which returns hundreds of thousands of unrelated links that happen to contain your search terms, the WKB can drill down your search immediately.
While the WKB was originally designed to capture writing craft articles, we discovered there are a number of writing business articles, too. Here’s where to find more information.
- About Writer’s Knowledge Base
- Test it out!
- Like it? You can add the search engine to your browser, so you can search the WKB instead of all of Google.
Bonus: In case you missed it on the WKB site, there’s a sidebar link to Elizabeth’s Ebook Services Directory, a spreadsheet listing of freelancers. Meanwhile, Mike has developed Hiveword, a web-based novel writing organizer to keep all of your story’s details at your fingertips.