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www.charlottedillon.com—repeatedly voted one of the 101 best websites for writers by Writer's Digest and Preditors and Editors reader's poll. This website is packed with articles on everything from preparing a query letter to writing transitions.
www.joannawaugh.com—Regency resources body language cues, early 19th century slang dictionary, factoids and various articles relating to the regency time period.
Compuserve Writer's Forum—An excellent community of writers - both published and unpublished. There are sections for posting your novel for critique, for research and craft (you can post specific research questions and often get an expert's answer). There are sections for exercises, for non-fiction, for screenwriters. You'll need a screen name and a bit of patience to navigate the message boards, but this is by far the most comprehensive resource around.
Nonverbal Dictionary of Gestures, Signs, and Body Language Cues—Want to know how to show your character is nervous? Check out this indepth resource from the Center for Nonverbal Studies.
Emotion Thesaurus and Setting Thesaurus
Write to the Heart
Holly Lisle Online Workshops
Edittorrent Writing Blog
Artist Retreats and Colonies
WritingFix—Home of interactive writing prompts
The Artist's Way
ShawGuides: Writers' Conferences
Surrey Writers' Conference
Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
Romance Writers of America
Mary Ellen Martin
Gina Rosavin/Gianna Simone
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