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  1. What went into the creation of your character?
  2. Character Q & A
  3. Common english errors
  4. How do you compose your posts?
  5. What are your weaknesses?
  6. Writer's Block? What do you do?
  7. Genre: Poetry
  8. The Sharpened: Input
  9. Also Poetry
  10. The Delarn(Imput wanted)
  11. List of Overused Fantasy Cliches
  12. Character (Comments are appreciated)
  13. What is a Mary Sue?
  14. Requesting Knowledge in SW
  15. Writers Resources
  16. 100 Words
  17. Often Confused Words
  18. A Really Good Writing Inspiration Site
  19. I need some help....
  20. I've Got To Get This Post Up.
  21. Cathedral of the White Lady
  22. In My Daughter's Eyes- a Star Wars songfic
  23. Writer's block
  24. A quote I found today
  25. If you have more than one character...
  26. Feedback?
  27. From Sunfall
  28. Literary Review Bad Sex in Fiction Awards
  29. Quotes on Writing
  30. Kevin J. Anderson's Eleven Tips to Increase Your Writing Productivity
  31. What can I do better
  32. Grammar Tools
  33. Another quote about writing
  34. What Music helps you write?
  35. Preview of Galaxy Post for rebuilding the rogues...
  36. Other words for "said"
  37. A character in crisis
  38. Journalism Article
  39. Illiad fic
  40. 50 Tools to Improve Writing
  41. Writing Articles
  42. Upcoming post
  43. Upcoming Post
  44. A Review of Star Wars :)
  45. Project help
  46. So I have this children's story...
  47. This is how I write all my posts.
  48. Writing By Hand
  49. Okay, need feedback
  50. Figures of Speech
  51. Can you read this?
  52. The Grand List of Overused Science Fiction Clichés
  53. Stupid Honors College Essay!
  54. Funny play on words no longer used
  55. Writing Prompts?
  56. Writing Music
  57. Writing Prompt #2, "Roots of Coruscant"
  58. Vote what my character will do!
  59. Writing Prompt #3, Lawyers
  60. Writing Prompt #4, Seven Words
  61. Writing Prompt #5, A Hive of Scum and Villainy
  62. Writing Prompt #6, I need that squiggly movie font...
  63. National Novel Writing Month
  64. Looking For Help With Other Character Ideas.
  65. Writing Prompt #7, Celestial Graveyard
  66. Need some advice..
  67. A little request for help...
  68. Vocabulary Words and World Hunger
  69. Writing Prompt #8, Supernatural
  70. My Screenplay
  71. Dead author wins bad sex award
  72. If every story were written as a scifi story...
  73. Meh
  74. The Dark Orb
  75. Role-Playing Music?
  76. Need a character name?
  77. Word emphasis
  78. Let's put your character in a sticky situation
  79. Word Up
  80. Psychology for your Fiction
  81. Some Resources for Writing
  82. An interesting Prompt for Writing
  83. Sinch is Back, with a whole new story-line
  84. Why They are Nearly Impossible for Beginners To Publish
  85. Believe it or not, this is homework...
  86. Wookiee names -- help in naming your cub
  87. Is fan fiction legal?
  88. Free Software for Writers
  89. Some Guidelines to Character Creation
  90. Interesting story by Kurt Vonnegut
  91. When you're blocked...
  92. An Exercise in Random
  93. 101 Best Sites for Writers
  94. Bad Writing contest winner
  95. If ___ had written Atlas Shrugged
  96. A Quote About Writer's Block
  97. Character Development "Workshop"
  98. Some crazy writing prompts
  99. Strong Female Characters
  100. You think we nitpick your bios?
  101. Shiny! A Civilization generator
  102. NaNoWriMo Approacheth!
  103. A Dream I Had...
  104. An Idea I Had
  105. For all you procrastinators...
  106. Secrets Of Great Characters, According To 6 Science Fiction Authors
  107. My Prologue
  108. Brain hurting fanfic Pairer
  109. A Mary Sue story...
  110. Non Errors
  111. Six Truths About Creativity
  112. Science Fiction Writers' Cruddiest (And Craziest) Day Jobs
  113. Writer Geeks
  114. Creative Roadblock
  115. 6 Wordsmiths Who Couldn’t Spell
  116. Prescription for Writer's Block
  117. Most Commonly Misused Words & Phrases
  118. Worst Creative Writing Cliches
  119. It's the Characters, My Dear Watson
  120. 8 Basics of Creative Writing by Kurt Vonnegut
  121. Punctuation
  122. Ten things only writers understand
  123. 10 Ways to Become a Better Writer
  124. About early fan fiction
  125. Poetry
  126. 50 Free Resources
  127. Writers Quotes
  128. November Novel Ideas
  129. Elizabeth Gilbert on nurturing creativity
  130. Reality is in the nuts and bolts
  131. You think that writer's block is bad?
  132. Kurt Vonnegut explains drama
  133. 5 Reasons Your Story Stinks
  134. Crime-Noir in 50 Words
  135. Chuck Palahniuk on Writing
  136. Writing Macros
  137. Some Input?
  138. An essay about fiction writing by my favorite author
  139. The War of Art
  140. An Essay Related to Writing by one of my Favorite Authors
  141. Are Authors Really Their Characters?
  142. A Story I'm Writing...
  143. Some funny fanfic icons
  144. Lyx Document Processor
  145. When characters fell in love
  146. Giving your characters life
  147. Is it difficult to write well about sex?
  148. Creative Intelligence
  149. Beating Burnout
  150. Forceful women
  151. What if your hero needs a dog?
  152. Writerisms and other Sins
  153. Over 100 Ways to Say “Said”
  154. The Evil Overlord Devises a Plot
  155. List of Star Wars equivalents to real world objects
  156. Character helps for writing
  157. Every Problem Every Story Has Ever Had
  158. Ten rules for writing fiction
  159. The best advice for writers?
  160. How to Write Action SF
  161. On making up planets
  162. Articles about Writing Fantasy
  163. What Does Your Character Want?
  164. Everything I Need to Know I Learned From Lost
  165. Stephen King's On Writing
  166. The Problems Writers Face Creating Villains and Some Solutions
  167. Know Your Character Inside and Out
  168. 10 Writing Tips That Can Help Almost Anyone
  169. Writer Icons
  170. Tips with English Grammer
  171. 10 Authorial Confessions
  172. Seven Keys to Writing Good Dialogue
  173. Writing: Find the Time or Don’t
  174. The Cozai Defection (Closed)
  175. 50 words fright
  176. How to communicate with writers
  177. Some writing tips
  178. 10 ways to create a plot twist
  179. When characters fall in love
  180. List of Science Fiction Clichés
  181. Ten Rules for Writing
  182. Star Wars Zoology—To Say Nothing of the Dog
  183. Word Frequency Counter
  184. An X-Wing history.
  185. The Impact of Killing
  186. K.A. Stewart on the Birth of a Character
  187. Writing Memorably
  188. 3 Secrets to Great Storytelling
  189. AutoCrit Your Work
  190. Writing battles
  191. Story Map Worksheet
  192. Is Your Description Helping Your Story or Holding it Back?
  193. Raising the Tension in Your Scenes
  194. Treat Your Characters Like Imaginary Friends
  195. Kurt Vonnegut on the Shapes of Stories
  196. Flirting and writing good dialogue
  197. Writing strategies in difficult times
  198. Meet the Winner of This Year’s Bad Fiction Award
  199. How to Write Badly Well
  200. This was really helpful to me.
  201. Sympathy for the Devil: How to Write Killer Villains
  202. The 10 Types of Writers’ Block (and How to Overcome Them)
  203. Advice from Neil Gaiman
  204. Written Kitten
  205. Stephen King nominated for Bad Sex awards
  206. What Castle teaches us about being a writer
  207. 25 Insights on Becoming a Better Writer
  208. Greg Rucka On How To Write A Strong Female Character
  209. Good Writing Advice Site
  210. Six Tips on Writing from John Steinbeck
  211. Characters you need for an epic tale
  212. How to write like Dan Brown
  213. 6 Rules for a Great Story from Barnaby Conrad and Snoopy
  214. After the End
  215. 36 Surprising Ways to Boost Creativity
  216. Consolation for the broken-hearted
  217. Names for a Book (Or three books)
  218. 50 Rules and Tips About Writing
  219. 115 words for "walks"
  220. This writing environment
  221. 22 Rules of Storytelling by a Pixar Storyboard Artist
  222. 12 Ways to Start Writing Again
  223. Chuck Palahniuk on Writing
  224. Biblioklept’s Dictionary of Literary Terms
  225. Tom Clancy’s 5 big rules for writing and life
  226. Avoiding writer's block
  227. Hello