Monday, November 11, 2013

NaNo Ten

Ten Things to Help with NaNoWriMo

13 Writing Tips by author Chuck Palahniuk that are actually pretty decent.

50 Writing Tips from Every Writer's Resource.com.

Search the fiction, nonfiction and verse databases at Bartleby.com for keyword quotations, title ideas and more.

This real-world City and Town Name online generator is customizable by nation.

NaNoWrito is an online, distraction-free spot where you can work on your words for the day with a built-in counter to tell you how many you've gotten. Great for timed writing exercises and word wars, too. Don't forget to save your work!

OneLook Reverse Dictionary allows you to input a definition or concept and get in return a list of words that mean exactly that.

Symbols.com, the online encyclopedia of Western signs and ideograms, contains more than 1,600 articles about 2,500 Western signs, arranged into 54 groups according to their graphic characteristics.

Wordcounter.com is an online text analyzer that "ranks the most frequently used words in any given body of text. Use this to see what words you overuse (is everything a "solution" for you?) or maybe just to find some keywords from a document."

Writers Friend on Tumblr has lots of advice and prompts.

Writing Fix.com also has tons of writing-related resources.

2 comments:

  1. 'Write the book you want to read' was one of Chuck's points. Great point.

    I always try to do this but never quite get there... frustrating.
    Thanks for the helps.

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