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A quick and dirty guide to feudal nobility, proper forms of address, etc, by history buff Jerry Quinn.

A quick and dirty guide to feudal nobility, proper forms of address, etc, by history buff Jerry Quinn. Probably an excellent resource for historical fiction.

Beginner's Novel Writing Tips by The Novel Factory: Mystery Plot Template / Story Beats / Roadmap

I think this is on my "How NOT to Write a Crime Story" list! Beginner's Novel Writing Tips by The Novel Factory: Mystery Plot Template / Story Beats / Roadmap

How to write a book in 30 days | Worksheets | Books | theguardian.com

How to write a book in 30 days: worksheets

Demon eye colour tends to be indicative of their status and what they represent. Here's one chart that explains it.

Demon eye colour tends to be indicative of their status and what they represent. Here's one chart that explains it. <<<< oh my Frigging CHUCK! Who told the SPN writers?

Your villain plays the most important role in your story. Yep, more important than your hero. That means you must go beyond the cliches when developing your villain, because generic platitudes such as maniacal laughter, minions and monologues are standard issue. But don’t panic if your villain possesses these stock traits. Even the most celebrated villains are littered with cliches. Look no further than Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter series and The Joker from The Dark Knight.

How to Create a Remarkable Villain (Beyond the Clichés!)

Your villain plays the most important role in your story. Yep, more important than your hero. That means you must go beyond the cliches when developing your villain, because generic platitudes such as maniacal laughter, minions and monologues are standar

Classic baby names graphic | Sheknows.com ... for all those times I'm searching for character names

Forget about the trends — these classic baby names will stand the test of time

Looking for an old-fashioned baby name? These traditional names from the to were decadeslong classics for a reason.

... I am just a writer. And, I'm Batman

Knife names yes thank you I get so sick of writing "dagger" in stories lol<<<IKR!

Kurt Vonnegut: 16 Rules For Writing Fiction

Kurt Vonnegut: 16 Rules For Writing Fiction

Kurt Vonnegut on Writing Fiction: 16 rules . You choose. The most meaningful aspect of our styles, which is what we choose to write about, is utterly unlimited. (As a writer of suspense, I dispenses with but the rest are Very Good Rules to write by.

Solutions to the question, "What do I do now?"

Or better yet have all of them happen at once and make the main secondary character the bad guy :))))) . and I wonder why my english teacher calls me her "most hardcore student" :<

Fantasy novels

Why we love The Hobbit, and the Lord of the Rings, Sword of Truth and A Song of Ice and Fire series. Although we don't love the song of ice and fire ones.

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