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Resources for Writers and ArtistsThis is going to be a gathering of resources for writers and artists. If you have any you like to add. Please make a comment. I will add it and credit you for the addition!Resources for Writers and Artists by Ragemoon
Resources for Writers
In this section I and suggestions I would like to see come in will be resources for writers. Tips on world building. Creating villains. Creating better original characters. Even how to manage deadlines. Stuff that helps us writers better our craft.
Writer's Digest: http://www.writersdigest.com
Resources for Romance Writers: http://www.charlottedillon.com/WritingRomance.html
Building Fictional Characters: http://www.charlottedillon.com/characters.html
34 Tips To Make You A Better Writer: http://www.dailywritingtips.com/34-writing-tips-that-will-make-you-a-better-writer/
Writing Prompts: http://fav.me/d2z62ti
Writing Prompts couples: http://referenceforwriters.tumblr.com/post/52553109637/writing-prompts-for-couples-of-characters
References For Writers: http://referenceforwri
Anatomy for TF WritersAKA "Why knees should never 'reverse direction' in TFs. Ever."Anatomy for TF Writers by faer-windstormfan
So. How many times have you read this exact sentence, or some variation of it, in a TF: "Bobby winced in pain, sickened by the loud 'crunch' of his bones as his knees turned backwards, and he fell to all fours, no longer able to stand"?
I'm guessing the answer is, as it is for me, 'too many to count'. Oftentimes, you find it in inexperienced works, but it's not the sole province of the amateur. You can also find it even in commercial transformation stories - KA Applegate, author of the Animorphs series, which got me and likely a lot of other people into TF, tries to work it in at least once a book, and it bugs me every time.
The main problem, and the reason it's so prolific, is that it makes sense. If you take a dog, or a cat, or a horse, or a bird, and you look at their hind legs, the first thing you'll probably notice is that they bend in the opposite direction of a human's. When a dog or bird lifts it
11 Awesome Websites for Writers11 Awesome Websites for Writers by LauraMizvaria
Other writers I follow are constantly posting articles from this site, and for good reason! You don't have to be a teen to take advantage of their extensive writers-education articles on topics like character background, getting published, how to get good inspiration, developing ideas, writing prompts, and much more! They’ve also got a great Pinterest account and a Facebook group with a fun and helpful community.
If you’ve been in the online writing community long, chances
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