Stories This is a satire. The story is about a disloyal ranger who is stalked by a paladin. This is a pure action story. The story is about a naive CFO, a wizard, a fire fighter, and a focused stylist. This is an escape-from-prison story with an emphasis on the need for self-expression. This is a story about family. This is a tale about alienation and how the invention of man can destroy him. This is an odd-couple-teams-up story. This is a natural disaster with an emphasis on man's need for freedom. This is a horror/drama with a strong theme of trust. This is a tale about the dangers of self-expression.
Automatic Plot GeneratorWriting Roulette: All the Generators You'd Ever Want, Part 1Note to readers:I've gone through all the links and have fixed all the broken ones. If you're found some good generators that I don't have, leave a note in the comments and I'll be sure to add that in (and credit you for your efforts!). And if you find broken links, please let me know. While I'm still getting back on my feet, this week I'll post a couple of my most popular posts. Continuing the series of resources from the NaNoWriMo forums, I discovered all kinds of threads with links to generators for writers. Let's say you need a name for a particular walk-on character. You may not need all these generators, and admittedly, some are more frivolous than others. PlotTerrible Things Generator: helpful if you can't think of more trouble for your character.Plot Generator: a beginning, middle, and end to get you started.Plot Scenario Generator: try these ideas on for size.Random Story Generator: a complete plot in a paragraph. Do you have any favorite generators to add to the list?