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A to Z Writing Resources


I'm featuring a post series on my favorite writing resources from A to Z. Below is the progress I have made. Read, learn, and improve your writing. Feel free to share any resources that you have found extremely helpful, especially if they start with today's featured letter. I'm also posting these on my Facebook on a regular basis.



A for Antagonist


Archetypes




B for Backstory




C for Conflict


Characters


Chapter One




D for Dialogue


Dialogue




E for Endings




Epilogue


Editing by Hand




F for Foreshadowing


Fantasy


Flash Fiction




G for Go Teen Writers


Genre


Goals




H for Historical Fiction




I for Inciting Incident




J for Journey (The Hero's)




K for Killing Fictional Characters




L for Lifestyles




M for Motivation


Map




N for Names




O for Outline




P for POV


Protagonist


Plot




Q for Query




R for Rejection




S for Showing


Sequels




T for Timelines




U for Utopian (and other sub-genres)




V for Voice




W for Worldbuilding


Writers




X for Climax




Y for Young Adult




Z for Zombies



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