I’ve spent a lot of time saving, collecting, and making different resources for writers. This page will be the hub for all of those things. I’ll try to add to it as I discover and/or make more things. Hopefully they help you with whatever amazing project you’re in the middle of, my little voyager.
The Playlists Contemporary
let’s drive across the world | you drive, i’ll control the tunes | i do believe it’s time for another adventure
background songs for reminiscing | crazy, stupid friendship moments | i don’t want to let you go
hide under a pillow and lose yourself | writing a character sob story | my heart is broken
i watched him die | holding their lifeless body | i don’t want to say goodbye
should i do the easy thing or the right thing? | decisions, decisions | we all must make the choice between the hard thing and the easy thing
roll the credits | the story is over now | nothing ever really ends, we just don’t get to see the rest
the last scene before the credits | some dramatic voiceover | drone view of a city
finding hope against all odds | look up, child | there’s still a reason to believe in doing good
i’m having a soft moment | gentle music to accompany tears and hard decisions
vampire street fights | learning how to kill a vampire | avoid the garlic
swept away in an adventure | there’s definitely dragons | and wands | and lots of magic
one with the wolf pack | i belong in the wild | you can’t contain me
i am not fragile | you have no idea what i am capable of doing | just because i wear a crown doesn’t mean i’m useless
cute, dating songs | soundtrack for the YA contemporary romance of your life | so in love
after a bad breakup | in a puddle of tears | i thought he was my forever
for when your character is finally over the breakup | i’m only a little bitter | living my best life
forbidden romance | i’ll always be a little bit yours | yearning for you in my dreams
heart eyes | i want you now | can i kiss you forever?
they’re both sick but in different ways | i know we don’t have forever | let’s live while we’re young Thriller
running from the cops | adrenaline junkie | on the run | don’t get caught
feeling kinda punk | the only time i ever act like a rebel | maybe i should get a black leather jacket???
let’s start a revolution | big, bad government | bad guys wear white
dirty, gritty street fights | punk rock | fight me, loser
clueing for looks | running around the city to solve the mystery | the game is afoot
marching into battle | fate of the world rests in your hands | this is for everyone i’ve ever loved
we write our own stories | you can’t stop me | but i’d like to see you try
high school :: drama :: college :: mid life crisis :: suburban life
segregation :: broken loyalties :: bad people in white :: fake utopias
magic :: dragons :: old castles :: yer a wizard :: potion bottles
stepping on broken glass :: eerie noises :: dark hallways :: dripping blood :: psychopaths
crime scenes :: detectives :: confidential files :: handcuffs :: fbi badges
i love you :: beautiful hearts :: holding hands :: everything red :: chocolates and roses
welcome to the future :: robots :: artificial intelligence :: hoverboards
hi, i’m suspense :: murders :: undercover agents :: run for your life
Blog Posts about Writing
Writing-Focused YouTube Channels
Listen to relaxing music, ambient atmospheres and astonishing sound effects. If you want, you can even create your own atmospheric sound mix, online and for free.
The Hemingway Editor cuts the dead weight from your writing. It highlights wordy sentences in yellow and more egregious ones in red. It also helps you write with power and clarity by highlighting adverbs, passive voice, and dull, complicated words.
Save and tag your online resources for easy access anytime, anywhere. Annotate web pages and PDFs directly as you browse online. Organize your links, references and personal input to create a structured research base through Outliner.
This is a website that allows you to compare the word count of popular books, to help you better gauge what might be expected of your own book.
FocusWriter is a simple, distraction-free writing environment. It utilizes a hide-away interface that you access by moving your mouse to the edges of the screen, allowing the program to have a familiar look and feel to it while still getting out of the way so that you can immerse yourself in your work.