http://phrontistery.info/fabric.html : a bunch of descriptive words for fabric. Also useful if you have no idea wtf "samite" is, for example.
Colours - when you're tired of just saying "red dress"
http://www.coloria.n.../colornames.htm - has the hex codes and all
Personality / Character Development
http://eddyfate.com/...d-in-the-rough/ - an easy character development technique
http://www.routinesf...acter-diamonds/ - a variation on the diamond
http://members.cox.n...cles_tips1.html - another diamond suggestion.
--These are easy links; any book on writing will give you suggestions on creating novel-worthy characters, but many often have suggestions for the interactions with antagonists and similar things we don't have our own complete control over.
http://www.bookviewc...-Writing-Horses (an e-book, but well worth it!)
This month (Nov 2011), Amazon has a lot of free ebooks that deal with writing (possibly because of NaNoWriMo) so I encourage anyone - whether you have a Kindle or will just use the cloud-reader! - to go check them out and see if you want to grab any.
Also, as always, don't forget the Concordance: http://www.westeros....el/Concordance/
Edited by Askatla, 23 November 2011 - 09:23 AM.