Below are some of the sites I find helpful in my writing. Since I'm primarily on WebTV/MSNTV®, most links are geared to the Little Black Box crowd: testbeds, webbie word processors, printables, etc.
Some are my own personal links pages that I made for my reference, but now I'm willing to share. Almost all the pages contain information valuable to the writer and the writing craft. :-)
Writer's Resources #2
Continuation of writing-related sites. Cool stuff here! Character naming resources, world building tips, printable forms for writers, literary agents, prompts, activties for right-brained writers (Like me!), writing e-zines, and more.
Fit 2 Print
Actually a Webbie-friendly page of printables. The stuff may print weird on a PC or Mac so be warned. There are some things that writers may find useful. I have a basic writing plan sheet, To Do lists, journal blanks, etc.
Just a drop-down menu of printables and other resources I use all the time. Story planners galore (I love the Story Recipe worksheet!), worksheets for characters and more. Also: a name generator, fantasy title generator, and links to abovementioned writer resource link pages.
Actually a product that I recently purchased. I love it so much I ordered an extra for my mom. I also use it in the classroom. The kids love it! Great tool for jumpstarting any writing project.
A new forum for writers. I found this via a post on my board. Discuss writing, writers, genres, etc. Great group!
My Webrings for Writers
I know, this isn't quite a "writer's help page", but I do own and manage several rings devoted to writing of several genres: fan fiction, erotica, non-fiction, general writing. Visit the great sites in my rings.:-)
Super site for writers of all genres, but mostly geared to fantasy & science fiction. Generators of all kinds for names, settings, magic, story ideas, weapons, quests, etc. I use this all the time. Great resource!
Mostly for the fantasy story/RPG crowd and based on Seventh Sanctum's generators. Generate names, places, people, plots, even costumes. Check out the nausating Marie-Suzette character generator. You'll swear off writing Mary-Sue fan fiction forever. :-)
That's all I have for now. As soon as I run across an interesting writing site, I'll post it here.