It’s that time again. The end of the month. (Is it just me or did April go by really fast?) Today is dedicated to Website Wonders – a day where I share all the fun writing and reading websites I have come across. This month, I have organized the categories like this: Writing: Reading: Book-to-Movie Adaptations, Fun and Inspirational Articles, Songs, and Photos. What can I say? It’s been a crazy month. If you’re feeling really adventurous, here is my previous Website Wonder.
Synonyms for 95 Commonly Used Words – A Mini-Thesaurus for Writers: This is a fast (I mean, quick) way to check your writing for common language. It also suggests new (I mean, unique) words to use instead.
The Best Apps for Any Kind of Writing: These are amazing.
Reddit’s Top 105 Fantasy Novels/Series of All Time Quiz: A lot of the books/authors repeat, but it’s still fun to take it if you’re a fantasy fan.
What Kind of Book Are You? Quiz: I am a mystery.
NPR’s April Fool’s Day Prank Was An Absolute Masterpiece: I won’t ruin it with an explanation, but don’t you just hate people who judge things that haven’t read?
Famous Quotes Illustrated with Minimalist Designs: I thought these were beautifully done
100 Amazing Books to Read in a Lifetime: Pretty good collection
If I Stay Official Trailer: I love this novel so much. It broke one of the norms of novels by beginning in perfect bliss, and it worked with music so well.
“The Giver” Featurette Comes with New Black-And-White Footage: It looks like The Giver Movie will feature some black and white! I’m really happy about this because the original trailer destroyed my hope for this movie and this featurette built it back up.
Fun and Inspirational Articles:
The Most Haunted Place in the World is For Sale: My guilty pleasure is horror, so this got my mind racing with ideas.
Most Beautiful Forests in the World: I am also a fan of trees.
48 Epic Dream Hotels to Visit Before You Die: This is where I excuse myself to go write a short story about me visiting these places, so I can pretend I’m actually there for a moment.
Under the Sea: It’s been raining a lot here, so this is what I play.
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen: I confess that my 12-year-old song used to use this as motivation
Photos: (none of these are mine. Please click the links to visit the owners or where I got them from.)
Vintage Books & Anchor Books: RIP Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014)
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