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Personal writing help list writing tips nanowrimo writing help writing resources nanowrimo 2013
Personal writing help list writing tips nanowrimo writing help writing resources nanowrimo 2013


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Personal writing help list writing tips nanowrimo writing help writing resources nanowrimo 2013
COBG'S Guide to Surviving NaNoWriMo!
Guides, Resources, and Writing Tips Oh My! Guide to Murphy’s Law.(What can go wrong, will go wrong) 1. Back it up! Dropbox, Google Drive, Icloud.A few years ago I would have said USB or Data CD, but in this day and age I would say keep it in the cloud. All my writing files are saved on Dropb...
10 NaNoWriMo Tips
Get as far ahead of the daily target as you can in week 1 while you’re running on adrenaline. Week 2 is tough, and having a good margin will help you enormously. Turn off the television. If you think you can write in front of the tv you are just kidding yourself. Treat yourself for reaching goals. P...
Description: The Basics
Sensory Details Descriptions are a way to suck your reader into your world. You tell them what’s going on in the world and you do it so well you make it real. In order to make it real, you need to make it feel real. You need to make your reader feel exactly what it is like in that scene. To do that,...
What to Do When You Don't Know What to do With Your Story
When nothing else seems to work, but you need to push on with your writing, what do you do? Here are some things to try…- Use a prompt. My favorite generator is this dialogue generator because the prompts are inspiring but vague enough to fit most stories! The site has a bunch of other resour...
Writing Masterpost
Character Help MBTI Personality Test MBTI Personality Descriptions 123 Character Flaws Character Trait Cheat Sheet List of Personality Traits Character Virtues And Vices Underused Personalities 7 Rules For Picking Names Character Names Character Name Resources Surnames Masterpost Types of Voice Show...
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...
10 Great Resources for Writing Cross-Culturally
Our editors often get asked for advice on writing cross-culturally, so we thought we’d round up some of the best links on the subject. Writing cross-culturally means writing about a culture that isn’t your own (and in this definition of culture, we include race, ethnicity, sexual identity, disabilit...
8 Words to Seek and Destroy in Your Writing
This may not be what anyone wants to hear during the frenzy of NaNoWriMo, but it’s helpful to remove certain words from your writing vocabulary (with the knowledge that every rule has its exceptions). Filler words dull the impact of a powerful sentence.1.) Suddenly “The ceiling caved in ...
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...
The Elephant Technique or How Not To Break Your Momentum During NaNoWriMo And Beyond
Have you heard of NaNoWriMo? It’s where people in November pledge to write 50,000 words - a novel - in 30 days. It’s great! If you’ve ever wanted to write a novel, consider this as the sign you were waiting for. Seriously, check it out. There’s lots of good advice to be had when attempting NaNo. But...
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  • adenoidal:if someone’s voice is adenoidal, some of the sound seems to come through their nose
  • appealing:an appealing look, voice etc shows that you want help, approval, or agreement
  • breathy:with loud breathing noises
  • brittle:if you speak in a brittle voice, you sound as if you are about to cry
  • croaky:if someone’s voice sounds croaky, they speak in a low rough voice that sounds as if they have a sore throat
  • dead:if someone’s eyes are dead, or if their voice is dead, they feel or show no emotion
  • disembodied:a disembodied voice comes from someone who you cannot see
  • flat:spoken in a voice that does not go up and down. This word is often used for describing the speech of people from a particular region.
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