Website Wonders

Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous, or just awesome. Below, you’ll find all of February’s Website Wonders categorized into Writing, Reading Fun, and Creepy Inspirational. Oh, and there’s a wonderful poem you should listen to. It’s well worth it.

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10 Obscure Punctuation Marks That Should Really Get More Play: Because the doubt point should be a thing. (And I really wish I could use the doubt point here.)

30 Indispensable Writing Tips From Famous Authors: Because we could all use some advice sometimes.

12654102_1043288412405323_8177320288646264074_nReading Fun:

These Awesome Bookmarks Leave The Tiny Legs Of Literary Characters Sticking Out Between Pages: I mean, they are so adorable…if you get over the fact that it looks like you killed them as they were trying to escape the book you were reading.

Literally Just A Bunch Of Really Funny “Lord Of The Rings” Tumblr Posts: These are just too funny.

Get Tangled in These Mythical God Family Trees: Personally, I wish I had these when I was in college studying these mythical families, but these charts are adorable and fun.

Creepy Inspiration:

45 People On The Freakiest Thing They’ve Seen That No One Believes Them About: I love freaky, sometimes paranormal, sometimes not stories. They can be inspirational for writing…or they can just keep me up at night.

19 Super-Creepy Brushes With The Paranormal: And for those of you who only want paranormal stories, check these out. They will surely keep your attention.

I hope you enjoyed February’s Website Wonders!


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7 thoughts on “Website Wonders

  1. I need about a dozen examples for each of those punctuation marks to properly understand them all, but I loved that list! So clever and helpful, and who knew? I like the combination ? and ! best because it’s essentially every fangirl’s dream. Fangirl typing would be so much easier with it.

  2. I LOVE your diligence in sharing these with us. I think we should have punctuation that resembles a backwards SarcMarc to denote when a sentence is goofy. I would probably overuse the goofy one. As more communication is written these days we need these to help us communicate clearly. Or how about a mark equivalent to “hitting the ball further into the woods.” That would come in handy.

    We also need more words for love. For example: A mere thank you seems too flat when I say it to the young person who bags my groceries in the store, and a “I love you” is just, well, creepy. This is where goofy punctuation would work best.

    I have had enough paranormal stuff happen to me in my lifetime to keep my own self up at night!

    1. You know, I completely agree with you! Especially since we are spending more and more time communicating online as well, where tone and expression might always not be as clear as intended (and when using emojis might not be professional). I often find the English language beautiful, but quite limiting in comparison to other languages. In many languages, for instance, there is a special form of “I love you” reserved just for friendships or for family members or for a romance. That way, no one gets confused as to where they stand. Thought you might like this article: 102 great words that aren’t in English that should be. http://stephenliddell.co.uk/2013/08/28/102-great-words-that-arent-in-english-but-should-be/

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