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Writing Roulette: All the Generators You'd Ever Want, Part 1

Writing Roulette: All the Generators You'd Ever Want, Part 1
Note 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. Thank you so much! While I'm still getting back on my feet, this week I'll post a couple of my most popular posts. The generators in this post and the following one are some of the most-searched for through Google. 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. TitlesRandom Title Generator: gives you six random titles that are actually pretty good! Come back tomorrow for generators on setting, fun stuff, and sites that have collections of even more generators.

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A Cheat’s Guide to Writing a Synopsis – WRITERS HELPING WRITERS® Does the word “Synopsis” make you want to put a screwdriver into your ear? You aren’t alone. Luckily for all of us, we have Sarah Juckes of Agent Hunter here with us, and she’s got a neat how-to system for writing synopses to share! A few months ago, I sat down to condense my 70,000 word novel into a captivating synopsis that was guaranteed to ‘wow’ anyone who read it.

Genre, Plot, & Story Prompt Generators Need a plot for your story or roleplay? Or does a plot you already have need a little bit of a boost somewhere? Try these generators out. (Also, you might take a look at Writing Better Prompts, Starters, & Beginnings: A Few Pointers and On Plot Structure & Plotting.) If you're trying to come up with an RP plot you might be interested in the tips and advice articles in General Roleplaying, and perhaps especially Things Writers (And Everyone Else) Should Know About Running A Roleplay and Tips For New & Beginning Game Masters/Roleplay Admins.

Last Name Generator - The Random Surname Generator! Jump down to the Generator Thinking of surnames can be a tedious task, whether the last name is for a character in a fictional book, game or for an alias. I am guessing you are here because you are an author and have found it difficult to think of a good surname. By a good surname I mean a surname that will go with a first name you may have already thought of, so I have designed this random last name generator around the idea that you have probably already thought of a first name you would like to use. You can add a first name which will stay constant while you iterate through the vast quantity of last names I have add to this generator.

100 Best Writing Websites: 2017 Edition What do you picture when you imagine yourself writing? Are you quietly tapping away on your office desktop computer in the early morning hours? Maybe you’re scribbling new ideas and observations amidst the hustle and bustle of a coffee shop. Master List of My Speculative Fiction Writing Prompts Here are all of my writing prompts for you in one place. No more searching. Have fun with them. PBE Games: The Generator This is a collection of random generators. To use, just click the appropriate button, which will roll five results. If you don't get a result you like simply roll again. Breaking the Rules of Writing By Janice Hardy, @Janice_Hardy This week's Refresher Friday takes another look at breaking the rules of writing. Enjoy! There are a lot of rules in writing.

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