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A short list of several types of poisons and their effects.


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A short list of several types of poisons and their effects.
Writing Pirates - A Resource List
A helpful list of resources for all your fictional victorian piracy needs, brought to you by writingandresources!  (The sources on this particular list is mostly relevant to European pirates of the 16th and 17th centuries only, not modern or Asian pirates. Some sources are from the Victorian era (18...
Size comparison site!
FOR ARTISTS AND WRITERS WHO NEED IT IT’S AMAZING I know some of you need this! (you don’t need to have giant or tiny characters either. it’s a great ref for everyone!)
Writing Research - The Fifties
The 1950s or The Fifties was a decade that began on January 1, 1950 and ended on December 31, 1959. By its end, the world had largely recovered from World War II and the Cold War developed from its modest beginning in the late 1940s to a hot competition between the United States and the Soviet Union...
Let's Talk About: Minor Character Development
“Creating one interesting character is hard enough — but when it comes to writing a whole novel or series of books, you have to create dozens of them. How can you keep your supporting cast from seeming like cookie-cutter people? There’s no easy answer, but a few tricks might help you cre...
The Ultimate Survival Guide
INTRODUCTION: Maybe you’re interested in knowing this information for yourself? Or maybe you’re a writer? You might have a character that is stranded on an island, wilderness or anywhere else and they need to survive using their mind, and the things around them. If not that, maybe your c...
Other Important Survival Skills & Information
For whatever reason you’re here, knowing survival skills can save your life or your character’s life (especially for those writers out there that are researching this topic). Basic Rules If You Are Lost And Alone In The Wilderness Basic Wilderness Survival Skills Celestial Navigation & Lan...
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Let's Talk About: Creating Villains
A villain (also known in film and literature as the “antagonist,” “baddie”, “bad guy”, “heavy” or “black hat”) is an “evil” character in a story, whether a historical narrative or, especially, a work of fiction. The villain usua...
Basic Horror Writing Guide
Genre: What is Horror? Horror is a genre with the intention of scaring the reader. Sub-genres: Aliens: Think Signs or The Fourth Kind. This genre crosses over with science fiction, but is primarily horror because it focuses on the fear people have for the extraterrestrial. Creepy Children: As the t...
Writing Resources Masterlist
The full list of resources RFW has reblogged or shared. Editing Software StyleWriter 4 (14-day trial period) Editminion (free) Pro Writing Aid (online editor; mostly free, but offers more features if you pay.) AutoCrit (offers free analysis for under 500 words) Paper Rater (designed for essays) Gr...
Writing a runaway/homeless character?
It’s very possible that one day you’ll want to write a runaway, or someone living on the streets, or someone who is just up to no good, or all of the above! You need some good old research. Well here; I did some of that work for you! Obviously not all of these characteristics/actions are...