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The ORIGINAL web page for WACKY WRITER'S WORLD: Includes the underlying philosophy for WACKY WRITER'S WORLD as well as links of interest.

Writer On Line: Okay - here's the shameless plug again. The January 18 Issue of Writer On Line includes my "Hamlet's Soliloquy for Writers". They featured it in their "Web Lite" section. Let me know what you think! If you like it, let the editor, Terry Boothman, know! End of Shameless Plug.

The Life of William Faulkner: In keeping with Wacky Writer tradition, this link will tell you more about the man who uttered our "quote of the week" for this week. William Faulkner was a private, talented author. Read more about him and his writings at this site. Get a load of the opening quote - it has application to today's political environment.

Inklings Newsletter - Inkspot's newsletter for Writers on the Net: Debbie Ridpath Ohi's Inkspot website puts out an informative and useful newsletter. Take a look, there might be something there for you.

Children's Author Verla Kay's Website: Verla Kay is a marvelous children's writer who unselfishly shares her knowledge of the craft and business side of children's writing. Her site is a good jumping off point for people interested in writing for children.

Keystrokes Ezine: Keystrokes Ezine has great articles and tips for writers. It is also a paying market. Great resource for writers.

Freedom Site: In the town of Freedom on the Planet Promise, anything can happen, literally ANYTHING! Paul Land has created an innovative concept for interactive literature. Take a spin around Freedom and see what you think.

Sewgeeky: Suppose you've created a character who loves to sew or you yourself love to sew. Either way, you'll get a kick out of the Sewgeeky site, a creative way of looking at handcrafted art. This one's for you, Tracey.

Make 'em Laugh: One of my visitors asked that I include a site for writing humorous slogans and such. I'm still searching for other sites, but in the meantime, this article by Susan Malthop should help. Take a look, it's pretty good.

Sarah McLachlan Home Page: The music of Sarah McLachlan is worth the trip to this website. The beauty of the lyrics, and her clear, angelic voice can transport you before you know it. Stop by and learn more.

Profnet: Have an idea for an article and need to interview a few experts? Profnet is a database of 6000 experts in different fields. Take a look - maybe you'll come up with a story idea, or a winning interview.

Roland Baric's Bookroom: I know, I know - Roland's site was here last week and the week before. I've decided Roland gets his own link every week. He is trying to get his site up and running with more content - so if you have something to contribute, or would just like to drop by and say hello, he'd like to hear from you. Roland Baric, a Croatian writer and webmaster, has started a site for writers and other creative people. Available in many different languages, Roland's site offers a view of the future for his fellow Croatian writers - in a country of 5 million people, about two percent have access to the internet. Roland needs writers to submit poetry, letters, essays, or stories to post at his site. Visit his charming pages and drop him a line. Tell him Jo sent you. Be sure and check out Thea's latest poetry submission.

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