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11-07-12 04:46 PM
Dave T Hobbit
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Originally Posted by gothik View Post
discovered a programme called Inspiration and it works like a mind map.
It sounds like this.

Link added to the list.
11-06-12 11:06 PM
gothik discovered a programme called Inspiration and it works like a mind map. Which has helped me a lot, mapping out characters and their relationships with others etc etc...i am not sure where you get it as it was given to me by my brother but, if like me, you have a poor memory for character names and have to read back over what has been done, its a help.
07-08-12 03:23 PM
Bane_of_Kings New Writing Advice by Brent Weeks, author of the Night Angel Trilogy which has recently come out as in Omnibus format. (I think).
Where. R. U? - Creating a Fantasy World on Fantasy Faction.
04-22-12 07:00 PM
Dave T Hobbit Useful.

Added descriptions to links and updated first post to link to John Scalzi's front page
04-22-12 06:52 PM
LazyG SOme other links from scalzi, who writes pretty well

Writing Tips for Non-Writers Who Don't Want To Work at Writing
John Scalzi's Utterly Useless Writing Advice/
Writing: Find the Time or Don't/
04-22-12 03:22 PM
Dave T Hobbit
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Originally Posted by Bane_of_Kings View Post
...I can't edit the original post anymore for some reason....
Non-Moderators can only edit post for a year after creation, so your access expired a few days ago. I or my handsome OW colleagues will be happy to add them to the original post for you.

I have added your new links into the first post.
04-22-12 03:01 PM
Bane_of_Kings Because I can't edit the original post anymore for some reason, here's where the rest of the updates will be added:

An Amateur Writer's Tips to Other Amateurs
A List of Character Flaws
04-08-12 11:05 AM
Bane_of_Kings Thanks for the links Mossy, I´ve updated them onto the main page, sorry about the delay. +rep.
03-23-12 08:21 PM
Mossy Toes I thought so too. Glad you found it useful.
03-23-12 08:09 PM
andygorn John Scalzi's article is really interesting - thanks for sharing this.
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