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Black Cap's the name. I write stuff.
Announcements: After two years, I think it's safe to say that I'm inactive on Fictionpress. I'm still doing writing advice, just mostly offline, and what I do online probably won't be on here. Glad to see my guides are still helping people out, even though my old work makes me cringe a little bit.
For the two people who read it and enjoyed it, Crepuscular is still floating around in my head. Keep an eye out for it on Kindle one of these days.
Black Cap, signing off.
Here are some of the websites I often reference in the Sane Writer's Guide. All four are extremely helpful and useful for the newbie writer.
Although nearly everyone who's ever done a report for school before probably has used Wikipedia at some point, it's definitely a handy website to have on hand. Useful for any writing projects requiring extensive research. Correct most of the time.
The writer's best friend. Contains virtually everything any writer would ever need to know, from guides to ancient mythologies to inherent silliness. If it's writing-related, they've probably got something there for it. Also, it's an epic time-waster.
One of those one-in-a-million finds. This writing advice website specializes in superheroes, hence the name, but is also extremely helpful for fantasy and science fiction as well. A humorous and incredibly helpful source, recommended for any original fiction writer looking for both help and feedback.
Limyaael's Fantasy Rants:
The rantings of an English graduate student on writing topics from foreshadowing to author avatars. Much better than its sounds, and excellent for any writer, fantasy or otherwise. Note: The word "Rant" is in the title. This should be a warning.