Writing a book? Here are 270 randomly generated character nicknames

1. Beat Litzinger 2. Coach Hondoff 3. Unlock Loftus 4. Controversial Lauman 5. Tour Hanrahan 6. Punish Diamond 7. Caution Thomas 8. Sweep Mormans 9. Cry Thresen 10. Cure Quinn 11. Slap Johnson 12. Surf Dionysius 13. Clomp Suedmeier 14. Trespass Rickel 15. Hang Bruno 16. Ask Ryan 17. Shackle Cooley 18. Attack Reily 19.

Writing a book? Here are 200 randomly generated fiction titles

1. At Coffee Lucky 2. Lord Nothing 3. Tempestuous Settlements 4. The Slasher Decrees 5. Birmingham Mistake 6. Into The Heather 7. Beautiful Soul 8. Commotion Stature 9. Modesty’s Lass 10. Lashed And Down 11. Caveman Jack 12. Rumors Of Nothing 13. Intelligent Brother 14. Dead Wife Laughing 15. Masonville Nina 16. Windowsill Watchtower 17.

Random Idioms, phrases and sayings for writing

Get liquored up If you want a thing done well, do it yourself Get leg over Drive someone around the bend Judge between Fight to the death My gut tells me Don’t waste your time Hug the porcelain god I’m shaking Doom and gloom No where to be found Don’t give a fig I don’t

Other ways to say ‘bad’ in writing

base dire evil foul icky vile awful lousy nasty abject brutal cursed horrid odious rotten sinful sordid wicked woeful beastly galling ghastly hateful harmful heinous hellish hideous ignoble immoral nocuous noisome noxious obscene ruinous swinish vicious annoying barbaric dreadful fiendish flagrant grievous horrible horrific infamous infernal shocking sinister terrible unworthy wretched abhorrent appalling atrocious dismaying

Comments and idioms for writing ideas – Free Poster!

Download the free poster here! 1. I’m gone 2. Faster than a speeding bullet 3. Don’t get me wrong 4. What the fish? 5. Fight tooth and nail 6. I couldn’t care less 7. Really bad marketing idea 8. Forget about it 9. I don’t need this! 10. Stupid man syndrome 11. How’s that for

Writing help on describing facial expressions

I found a very useful blog post that will help in describing facial expressions. After returing to it a few times, I thought I would share it here. 100 Words for Facial Expressions 1. Absent: preoccupied 2. Agonized: as if in pain or tormented 3. Alluring: attractive, in the sense of arousing desire 4. Appealing:

A colossal list of over 4,000 randomly generated names

This numbered list of over 4,000 names was randomly generated. Feel free to use them as a pen name, in writing for your characters, or however you please. 1. Kelly Martinez 2. Carson Hernandez 3. Clark Mitchell 4. Skyler Carter 5. Finley Barnes 6. Courtney Hayes 7. Carol Reed 8. Ashley Young 9. Audrey Davis

A monumental list of minuscule nouns

pen cry pie cup jam day bat hoe sea low tub gun fly law sun toy yam box rod war dad owl spy leg toe way van eye cat fan car map cap pot can bee hen air egg run bun pet man rub pin use end hat bed ice ink mom boy top bus

Word Cloud of The Wendigo, by Algernon Blackwood

A word cloud is an image that contains the words of a text. They’re also referred to as word “maps” and are useful to writers for analysing their work. The most frequently used words are the largest and the smallest words in the image are the least used. A word cloud can have different parameters

Humorous list of over 1000 nouns with silly adjectives

1. sweet oil well 2. glutinous frozen food 3. terrible festival of lights 4. powerful war 5. prudent fruit 6. innocent unemployed people 7. sullen beefsteak 8. appreciative place 9. flabby plot 10. rapid body 11. square frogs 12. meddlesome board 13. ardent yak 14. giant fool’s huckleberry 15. gasping carnival 16. monstrous wrist watch

1505 action verbs ending in ‘ING’

watering cataloging hunting wanting holding taping integrating worrying loving spending fitting bating risking normalizing restructuring costing programming touching towing altering marketing yelling crushing beholding agreeing fencing sparkling wiping sparking slaying copying melting appraising complaining leading telling crashing subtracting normalizing grabbing wrecking thanking forming answering overhearing wriggling ringing admitting bruising making pumping melting bumping dragging consisting

List of 1505 random nouns

coast car loan polka dot sticks stretch banjo republic of tunisia goldfish form goose prose chickens latex face library circle guitar kittens worm kiss slope carrot people waste skull and crossbones cannon boat rings bad tempered nun laura shape antechamber furniture frame unit of unholy depth normal distribution window sphere of influence parcel tire iron

Funny adjective/noun combos for empowering sock gnomes

sullen fairy lantern dutiful governing body excited horn naughty hippopotamus adaptable history adventurous hobbies affable laborer affectionate lace agreeable ladybug alert lake alluring lamb amazed lamp ambitious lan amiable land amicable landmine amused language amusing larch animated lasagna appreciative latency attracted latex attractive lathe beautiful laugh believing laundry better laura bold law boundless lawyer brave

A gripping list of verbs ending in ING, present tense

abiding accelerating accepting accomplishing achieving acquiring acceding activating adapting adding addressing administering admiring admitting adopting advising affording agreeing alerting alighting allowing altering amusing analyzing announcing annoying answering anticipating apologizing appearing applauding applauding appointing appraising appreciating approving arbitrating arguing arising arranging arresting arriving ascertaining asking assembling assessing assisting assuring attaching attacking attaining attempting attending attracting auditing

A hellfire word list of 1,500 nouns sorted by length

1. international law enforcement agency 2. obsessive-compulsive disorder 3. animal psychology department 4. vehicular traffic of the ear 5. depersonalization disorder 6. hellfire raising preacher 7. unilateral quark decision 8. external maxillary artery 9. primitive Baptist church 10. national security agency 11. vanquisher of everything 12. shivering pink toenails 13. diplomatic negotiations 14. sewing-machine operator