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Thread: The Fiction Writer's Virtual Toolbox - 150+ links to writing craft and business resources

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    Great website, great links! Thx for sharing...

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    Amazing list! Thank you a lot.

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    Thank you man, I loved these tips. I am going to start using them right away

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRVogt View Post
    If anyone's interested, I recently compiled many of the links and websites which I've collected and bookmarked over the years of pursuing publication. Everything from outlining a novel idea to revising a story to worldbuilding in sci-fi/fantasy settings, as well as writing query letters, formatting manuscripts and getting an agent. These links have been sorted out and are all available through the Fiction Writer's Virtual Toolbox on my site.

    These links are ones I feel can be helpful to writers at any stage in their career, whether just starting out with some basic questions, or looking ten years down the road. I hope people find some good resources through this. Thanks!

    Oh, and if you have any suggestions on other tools that could be added to the mix, please let me know.
    VERY nice, JR!!!

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    I really appreciate that you took the time to put this together in one place. It is a definite bookmark for me ;-)

    Thanks again.

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    Thank you for all of these!
    Please help me with my query letter! Trying to write it feels like trying to run through wet sand...while drunk....and on fire...wearing ten tonnes of steel armour....


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    “Words are, in my not-so-humble opinion, our most inexhaustible source of magic. Capable of both inflicting injury, and remedying it.”

    ― J.K. Rowling


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    This place is quite a find! Thank you for putting it all in one place. Really useful.

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    Just what I need right now. Thanks for the resources.
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    Thanks for putting together these resources, very useful for n00bs like me.
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    You may want to check your links, some of them appear to be dead.
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    Since some of the links are dying, I'd like to link an old favorite that can be so helpful. I find the words used as color (like snow) gives me an idea for a cool simile or metaphor or whatever it is I'm trying to come up with. Sometimes I use it as a random word generator when I'm trying to think of what should go somewhere. "Hmm, this scene is orange, for some reason. Let's see what orange can suggest." It helps me.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colors_by_shade
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    Any recommendations for an app for my windows pc for a dictionary || thesaurus?

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