12 Useful Websites to Improve Your Writing by Johnny Webber 1. Words-to-Use.com – A different kind of thesaurus. 2. OneLook.com – One quick dictionary search tool. Three letter words Effective March 1st, 2006. Includes all 3-letter words acceptable in U.S. Club and Tournament Play as of 2009. Copyright (c) 1996-2009 San Jose Scrabble Club No. 21 San Jose Scrabble® Club No. 21 Director: Rick Wong How to Create a Powerful Antagonist: The Epic Villain Breakdown — She's Novel What are they? Mental Illness Track: Self Mental Illness is an umbrella term for any number of diseases your main character may have to face. Depression, anxiety, personality disorders, post-traumatic stress - Mental Illness villains are tough for your MC to identify and defeat because they are, in essence, fighting against their own minds. To learn more about mental illnesses, check out my friend Faye Kirwin's amazing blog, Writerology.
Tips for Naming your Business - Fuze Branding The name is arguably the most important decision you will make about your business. It can describe who you are, what you do, and can be your first opportunity to establish a relationship with your customer. It’s the ultimate first impression, and of course, you want to make it a good one.
100 Useful Web Tools for Writers All kinds of writers, including poets, biographers, journalists, biz tech writers, students, bloggers and technical writers, take a unique approach to their jobs, mixing creativity with sustainability. Whether you’re a freelance writer just scraping by or someone with a solid job and more regular hours, the Internet can provide you with unending support for your practical duties like billing, scheduling appointments, and of course getting paid; as well as for your more creative pursuits, like developing a plot, finding inspiration and playing around with words. Turn to this list for 100 useful Web tools that will help you with your career, your sanity and your creativity whenever your write. Getting Organized Thanks to the Internet, disorganized writers are no longer a cliche. Keep track of appointments, interviews and deadlines with these handy web-based tools.
Arabic star names Many star names are of Arabic origin, most of which were used by other nations in the past following almost the same Arabic nomenclature, and many of which have survived in modern scientific astronomical atlases. Below is a list of some of these Arabic star names and their meanings: Notes:- These are not all of the Arabic star names. Ten rules for writing fiction Elmore Leonard: Using adverbs is a mortal sin 1 Never open a book with weather. If it's only to create atmosphere, and not a character's reaction to the weather, you don't want to go on too long. The reader is apt to leaf ahead looking for people.
Cure writer's block with writing prompts, exercises, generators & gizmos Jack Kerouac's Essentials of Spontaneous Prose If possible write "without consciousness" in semi-trance (as Yeats' later "trance writing") allowing subconscious to admit in own uninhibited interesting necessary and so "modern" language... 66 Writing Experiments
Universal Text Combination Generator Permutation Generator[Uses: 0] Prefix sets with: Suffix sets with: Delimit objects with: Join sets with: Direct save. Output wrap is on off. An Illustrated Guide to Writing Scenes and Stories The writing workshop/lecture Wonderbook: Scenes is an edited version, using as its starting point the transcript of a version presented at the Arkansas Book Festival in 2014. Both before that event and after, I gave versions of this lecture in other locations, including Shared Worlds, Clarion, and the Yale Writer’s Workshop. While keeping the core of the Arkansas version, I have added in material from the other versions and also expanded some sections based on participant questions. The sometimes informal wording of the original lectures has been retained where possible to reflect the source. Writers often argue about the difference between the art of writing and the craft of writing.