Links and such for writers and editors of all kinds.
Are you going to be taking an editing test and have no idea how to study? Check out the archived editing tests from the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund.
Wondering how to create a book proposal? Find a model here at Textbook Template.
Want to write but hate thinking up a plot and characters on your own? Check out storybase.net, “the world’s only taxonomy of essential human situations. This is an updated, online beta version of Storybase Software for Writers, used worldwide for inspiration and reference by screenwriters, novelists, playwrights, writers of interactive games, memoirists, ad creatives and many others who need to tell a compelling story.”
At Lifehacker: Community web site Wesabe lets users share their financial experiences with the hope that doing so will help them make better financial decisions to meet their goals.
Whether you need it or it just makes you hot, Grammar Girl is here to help you with your, you know, grammar. She sort of looks like Wonkette’s cousin.
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