Ultimate Writing Resource List

disabilityinthemedia:

the-fandoms-are-cool:

a massively extended version of ruthlesscalculus’ post

General Tips

Character Development

Female Characters

Male Characters

Tips for Specific Characters

Dialogue

Point of View

Plot, Conflict, Structure and Outline

Setting & Worldbuilding

Creativity Boosters* denotes prompts

Revision & Grammar

Tools & Software

Specific Help

Whelp, time to be a famous writer.

(Source: ladyknightrps)



The Beginning Writer: Link Round-up For 4/19/13

I can’t believe another week has gone by already! And with the bombings in Boston, the explosion in Texas, and now one of the Boston bombers being killed, it’s been a very dramatic week. I’ve been keeping one eye on the news and one eye on my homework for days now.

But now it’s Friday, and in case you don’t know, every day I scour the internet looking for articles that are helpful to me as a beginning writer. When I find something, I will share it over Twitter. Each Friday, I will post what I call a link round-up of all the helpful articles I found that week.



bookgeekconfessions:


12 ways to start writing again

amandaonwriting:

  1. Forgive yourself. 
  2. Set a concrete, measurable goal. 
  3. Schedule it.  
  4. Write somewhere else.  
  5. Write sometime else. 
  6. Re-read.  
  7. Start Slow.  
  8. Start Small.  
  9. Minimize distractions.  
  10. Tunes. 
  11. Don’t censor. 
  12. Start writing now.  

Follow the link to read the full article.



entertainmentweekly:

You’ve been waiting patiently for the next Outlander novel since 2009′s An Echo in the Bone — and you’ve still got several months to go before the eighth installment, Written in My Own Heart’s Blood, hits shelves. Thankfully, EW has some goodies for you: This cover, and some juicy scoop from Diana Gabaldon herself.

entertainmentweekly:

You’ve been waiting patiently for the next Outlander novel since 2009′s An Echo in the Bone — and you’ve still got several months to go before the eighth installment, Written in My Own Heart’s Blood, hits shelves. Thankfully, EW has some goodies for you: This cover, and some juicy scoop from Diana Gabaldon herself.



OUTLANDER: A series by Diana Gabaldon detailing the life and times of Claire Randall, an English battlefield nurse from 1945, and her husband Jamie Fraser, a Highlander from 1743, as well as that of their extended family in both the eighteenth century and the twentieth. It’s part romance, part time travel, part historical, part thriller, part shrine to Scotsmen and kilts, part whatever adjective you can think of. And it’s awesome. No seriously. Awesome.

Book One: Outlander (MF)
Book Two: Dragonfly In Amber (MF)
Book Three: Voyager (MF)
Book Four: Drums of Autumn (MF)
Book Five: The Fiery Cross (MF)
Book Six: A Breath of Snow and Ashes (MF)
Book Seven: An Echo In The Bone (MF)
Book Eight: Written In My Own Heart’s Blood (December 2013)

[NOTE: This is besides the fact that (hopefully, probably) going to be a television series in the near future. All links are on mediafire and all files are .epub, which can read on Adobe Reader (on your computer) and most e-readers (nook, kindle, ipad, etc). If you need them in another format, download the file in question and go HERE. If anything seems to be broken, send me an ask and i’ll see what I can do.]

You guys keep asking me what my favorite book is…well…this is it! Here’s a chance to grab them!



amilitaryhousewife:

Loving this series

My favorite books EVER!!

amilitaryhousewife:

Loving this series

My favorite books EVER!!