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* [http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html Common Errors in English]
 
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== Other Writing Links ==
 
== Other Writing Links ==

Revision as of 20:57, 1 October 2005

Web Tools Useful for Writers

Writing Advice and Articles

 Electronic publishing info from the Science Fiction Writers of America.

Writing Communities

Self Publishing

Writing References

Other Writing Links

Where am I?

A phenomenally complete Excel spreadsheet that helps you keep track of your progress. It could save you time, unless you use it obsessively just to watch the charts and graphs change. Includes a morale tracker.

What AM I doing?

character worksheet and other resources It may be a bit late muck around with plotting, but you never know what you're gonna need. This is where our character worksheet came from. The site also includes character biography worksheet, fantasy and sci-fi world-building forms, and story starters.

Is this for real?

Check out the Character and Plot Realism thread on the NaNo forum. This is the place to go for the skinny on weight-lifting, Italian folk magic, creative assassinations, or summoning angelic beings. It's also a great place to mess around when all you really want to do is, well, procrastinate.