In my previous post, I talked about not wasting time on resources… Well, some people might be halfway through a novel and need some resources! Or, some might be like me, and want to be prepared. So, I’ve compiled some resources that might assist writers of any genre, and some that might just help those in the fantasy/medieval genre.
* = requires account
*https://hiveword.com – Organize and plan your novel in one place from anywhere!
*http://www.litlift.com – Similar to hiveword, just a bit tighter.
Writing Tutorials and Tips:
http://www.elfwood.com/farp/writing-tutorials.html – Has good tutorials on all sorts of writing.
http://www.danielarenson.com/fantasywritingtips.aspx – Tips on starting, characters, wordings, plot, etc.
http://threeguysonebook.com/50-things-a-writer-shouldnt-do – Humorous, but thought provoking.
http://writetodone.com/2008/02/29/clean-up-your-narration-four-tips-for-fiction-writers/ – Four tips for cleaning up narration
http://www.brentweeks.com/extras/writing-advice/2-writing-fantasy-tools-techniques/ – An extensive post all about writing. A good read if nothing else.
http://www.onlinecollegecourses.com/2009/06/09/100-awesome-open-source-tools-for-writers-journalists-and-bloggers/ – All sorts of writing, publishing, blogging tools
http://jademphillips.com/2012/12/05/creating-a-map-for-your-fantasy-novel/– Map creating (she also has a great post on self-publishing)
http://fantasy-faction.com/2012/mapmaking-for-fantasy-authors – More map creating stuff
This list will be updated with new resources when and if I find them.