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Top 5 Writing Resources

To write is to create magic. But sometimes creating magic... well... it's not very easy, sometimes we need help or inspiration to write.
Here are my top favorite writing resources.
1. Fantasy Name Generators

This site is amazing! I cannot tell you how much I love it. They are just tons of different name generators. They range from fantasy to sci-fi to non fiction and even have guides and descriptions!
2. Roll for Fantasy

Roll for fantasy is an extension of Fantasy name generators. This site has more guides, tools like family tree and armor creators, puzzles and music.
3. Thesaurus and Dictionary
I think this is obvious. I don't like just sticking to simple words, like said, saw or walked. When I sculpt a book I like my words to have deeper meaning than those used in everyday life. But you mustn't think that just because I like "big words" that I know all their meanings, this is where Dictionary comes in, to make sure I am conveying the correct idea in my books.
4. Pi…
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