My Favorite Liar
"It's my intention to work into each lecture … one lie" One of my favorite college professors was a self-confessed liar. His teaching technique was evil genius...
How to use a semicolon - The Oatmeal
The most feared punctuation on earth.
Pixar's 22 Rules of Storytelling
short stories at east of the web
Large online library of short stories with monthly features and additions. Classics and new writing - includes summaries, biographies and analysis. User-friendly layout, fully searchable.
Letters of Note: The Great Sex Letter
Fascinating letters. Interesting correspondence.
25 Things Writers Should Stop Doing
25 Things Writers Should Stop Doing (Right Fucking Now)
Look up rhyming words as you write. Instead of leaving what you're writing to find rhymes in a rhyming dictionary, just alt-click (or option-click) on the word you need a rhyme for and select from a pop-up list of suggested rhymes.
Words of Wisdom: 101 Tips from the World's Most Famous Authors...
These valuable bits of information provide guidance on strengthening your writing skills, becoming a better fiction writer or poet, learning to tap into your creativity, advice on education and school, and even a few suggestions ...
Author quote posters
Being around a successful author would surely be exhausting and inspiring in equal amounts. As well as all that wisdom they put into their books, their thought-provoking one-liners would literally be falling out here, there and everywhere.
Tip of My Tongue - Chirag Mehta : chir.ag
Chirag Mehta - Personal Web Log - 'blog - Chime Softwares - Indian Blogger live from Saint Petersburg, Florida, St. Pete, FL
36 Writing Essays by Chuck Palahniuk
LitReactor is a destination for writers to improve their craft; a haven for readers to geek out about books; and a platform to kickstart your writing goals.
25 Things You Should Know About Word Choice
Here's why this matters: because both writing and storytelling comprise, at the most basic level, a series of word choices. Words are the building blocks of what we do. They are the atoms of our elements. They are the eggs in our omelets. They are th...