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Browse Palettes Log In Sign Up COLOURlovers Search Create Explore Over a Million Color Palettes chapter-by-chapter - Sebastien Berthet Homepage The ultimate companion to Microsoft Word for novel writers Home | Tutorial & Screenshots | FAQ | Using CbC with SuperNoteCard Download ChapterByChapterSetup1.7.zip for Windows (version history) Requires Word 97 or later (including Word 2007) - CbC is freeware! Update : CbC does not work with Windows 8more screenshots Chapter by Chapter ("CbC") is a software for novel writers who use Microsoft Word intensively.

The Thirty-Six Dramatic Situations The Thirty-Six Dramatic Situations is a descriptive list which was created by Georges Polti to categorize every dramatic situation that might occur in a story or performance. To do this Polti analyzed classical Greek texts, plus classical and contemporaneous French works. He also analyzed a handful of non-French authors. In his introduction, Polti claims to be continuing the work of Carlo Gozzi, who also identified 36 situations. Publication history[edit] “Gozzi maintained that there can be but thirty-six tragic situations. CALLIHOO Writing Helps Character Feelings You can describe your character's feelings in more exact terms than just "happy" or "sad." Check these lists for the exact nuance to describe your character's intensity of feelings. SF Characters | SF Items | SF Descriptors | SF Places | SF EventsSF Jobs/Occupations | Random Emotions | Emotions List | Intensity of Feelings

Guide for Writers: Latin Phrases It’s a matter of taste and style, but not long ago American writers attempted to demonstrate their credentials to the world by including Latin and French phrases within works. A dash of Latin was expected of the moderately educated throughout the Western world. annus mirabilis - wonderful year arbiter elegantiae - judge of the elegant; one who knows the good things in life bona fides - good faith; credentials Custom Fractal Generator This is a generic geometrical fractal builder. What you do, you enter any complex function and it will compute for you the graphical representation of that equation. How to use WHATSTHISW?RD / solutions for l?e? It's also great for finding Scrabble or Words With Friends words, and solving Hangman games. Just enter the word you are trying to solve or find in the box below, using question marks in place of the letters that you don't know. e.g. t?u?ee

LEO Overcoming Writer's Block Even if they manage their time and follow writing guidelines, many writers will still experience a time when the words just won't come together, when they are simply "stuck" and can't think of anything to write. This is writer's block. Fortunately, a few helpful techniques make it possible to overcome the challenge of writer's block. Return to the Write Place Catalogue LEO provides online handouts about a variety of writing topics. We do not offer online tutoring, answer questions about grammar or punctuation, or give feedback about your writing or papers.

The 7 Cardinal Virtues of Successful Writers While the seven deadly sins are generally agreed upon, there are many lists of life's most important virtues. Today I will bring you another such list: Here are the seven cardinal virtues of successful writers. 1) DILIGENCE for regular writing I've said it before and I will keep saying it until it gets stuck on loop in your own head: To be a writer, what you have to do is write. Everything else you need to know can be picked up along the way. A daily writing routine will move you far closer to your writing goals than any reading project or theoretical study ever could.

Victoria's Advice Column Hi Victoria, I am a poet and the editor of a community journal of literature and visual art. We publish short prose and poetry, as well as the work of local artists. This is an annual, and we have just completed our twelfth journal. It is published by a not-for-profit organization, and my position as editor-in-chief is unpaid. I have also done some paid freelance editorial work for people I have met through the journal. Before the founding of the journal, I worked for ten years doing editorial functions for a publisher of law books. 17 Fantastic Apps Made Especially for Writers An increasing number of writers are being dragged (kicking and screaming in some cases) into the 21st century. They’re abandoning the use of pen and paper and starting to embrace the wealth of excellent writing apps currently available, all of which have been designed to make their working lives easier, more efficient and ultimately more enjoyable. As all writers know, penning any text from a short story to a novel, research paper or script is a fragmented process, which involves weaving together various characters, plotlines, ideas, and most probably hundreds of notes scribbled in notebooks scattered around the house or office, into one unified passage of text. Every writer will benefit from an app which will make this task any less arduous than it has to be. The 17 excellent apps explored in detail below guide writers of all types through every stage in the writing process, from initial idea formulation to the final draft and beyond.

Words of Wisdom: 101 Tips from the World’s Most Famous Authors If you've ever wanted to sit down with your favorite writer and ask advice, then you should take a look at these tips from some of the most famous authors in the world. These valuable bits of information provide guidance on strengthening your writing skills, becoming a better fiction writer or poet, learning to tap into your creativity, advice on education and school, and even a few suggestions on success and living a meaningful life. Of course, another excellent way of improving your writing is through traditional or online master’s degrees in creative writing. General Writing Tips Improve any type of writing you do with these solid tips from successful writers themselves. How to Structure A Story: The Eight-Point Arc By Ali Hale One of my favourite “how to write” books is Nigel Watts’ Writing A Novel and Getting Published. My battered, torn and heavily-pencil-marked copy is a testament to how useful I’ve found it over the years.

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