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World Building Resources for the Writer

21. August 2009

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World Building Resources for the Writer

Unbelievably (considering I am 1. On holiday and 2. About to adopt a new child) I woke up last night (our holiday bed is horrible, to say the least, and any sleep gained is a bonus) from a dream which has just become a new fantasy novel idea. My dream now leaves me ready (within [...]

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Submissions on Tumblr

13. July 2009

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Submissions on Tumblr

Via Mashable! I was made aware of the news that a new social networking tool is available for the microblogging platform, Tumblr. Tumblr Submissions now allows a community tumble blog. This means you can set up a Tumblr blog and have the content submitted by other users.

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Story of My Life.com

19. June 2009

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Story of My Life.com

As a scrapbooker hobbyist, there were two beliefs I held strongly and which remain with me to this day - Preserve our memories for future generations Tell our story – with scrapbooking it was via photographs and decorations, but there was a major element of writing. I can not impound it enough, as I know [...]

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Writing Links (weekly)

31. May 2009

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Random plot points. A random plot generator – how to torture your character, or at least be mean to them tags: plot, writing, inspiration The 32 Most Commonly Misused Words and Phrases 32 misused words tags: misused, writing, grammar ThinkExist.com Quotations. ThinkExist.com is one of the better known quotation sites. Look up famous quotes. tags: [...]

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Writing Links (weekly)

17. May 2009

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Family Tree Software – Draw your family tree diagram – GenoPro GenoPro is a genealogy program for drawing family trees. It’s commercial, but a good one. Includes functions for mapping, linking relationships, social or organisational groupings and emotional relationships too. tags: genealogy,

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Writing Links (weekly)

10. May 2009

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Holly Lisle’s Writer Crash Tests Writer Crash Test.com features video critiques of writing work. It is a small website off the How to Think Sideways e-course of Holly Lisles. tags: critique, course, writing WriteChain – A Fun Word Count App for Writers WriteChain is an iPhone writer’s app created by the author of the blog, [...]

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Writing Links (weekly)

3. May 2009

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Resources for Writers and Writing Instructors Large list of general resources. tags: writing, resources Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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5 On Writing (6)

21. April 2009

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5 On Writing (6)

The continuation of an occasional series where I select five posts, news items or sites I  find interesting. This week, as I am personally concentrating on starting off with editing a first draft, I find myself also interested in several news items and events in writing. So, here are five event / news posts worth [...]

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Juiced on Writing Group Links (weekly)

5. April 2009

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Writer’s block? Cure writer’s block with creative writing games – writing prompts – character name generator Tags: no_tag Mibba.com – Creative writing community Creative writing website Tags: Mibba.com, -, Creative, writing, community, website Safety Dance No safety, no love. Tags: relationship, safety short story in speadsheet format Tags: writing, fiction, short, story, speadsheet When the [...]

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Juiced on Writing Group Links (weekly)

29. March 2009

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I’ll have the independence with a side of bipolar. Women want to have it all but won’t bother telling you what that is. Tags: relationship, women Are you a Jedi or are you a Sith? Ladies, it is agree that you are all crazy but ask yourself this: “Are you a good witch or a [...]

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