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 March’s Website Wonders categorized into Writing, Reading, and Mind-Blowing.
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Favorite Article This Month:
The Disposability of Ideas by Maggie Stiefvater
Aside from loving The Ravel Cycle series, Maggie Stiefvater continues her awesome blog (that I also love). This article in particular is great, because I think many writers struggle to write, which makes it even harder to throw out certain scenes…or even whole books. The creator makes the idea; the idea doesn’t make the creator. You can move on, and you can improve. Much love for this article.
The EPIGUIDE.COM Character Chart for Fiction Writers: These forms always help out writers.
John Steinbeck 6 Writing Tips: If you are using dialogue, say it aloud as you type it.
40 Words For Emotions You’ve Felt, But Couldn’t Explain: SO many hanker sores in fiction.
14 Perfect Japanese Words You Need In Your Life: Like the one below!
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, He Will Ruin Your Life: A satire piece on If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. I cracked up so hard, since I loved this book so much.
13 Books to Teach You Odd Skills: Because we could all use some more odd skills.
7 of The Most Cheesy Lines of Poetry I Secretly Want My Lover To Use on Me: If you need some cheesy poetry in your life.
INFOGRAPHIC: Inspirational Quotes from Fictional Mentors: “Do or do not—there is no try.” – Yoda
10 Amazing Powers from Genetic Mutations: Heck yeah.
16 Most Beautiful Trees in the World Will Amaze You: You could write entire stories about these trees. (Okay. So I’m a bit obsessed with trees.)
30+ Natural Phenomena That Actually Exist In Reality! There’s nothing like real-life phenomena to spark fantasy novels.
See you next month!
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