This post will have some links for you to check out. Some I use regularly, others are brand new to me. All are offered as a sort of Cyber Hug in the hope you find one or two that give you a thrill. And yeah, they're a drop in the bucket compared to my unweildy Favorites list. (I really need to clean that up.)
This list is websites, but be looking for one on blogs coming up. PUHLEASE remember to confirm information if you have any doubts.
Booked TV is fun for crime writers and readers alike.
Common Errors in English is there, ready and willing to help you get smarter about your choices.
How to Detect Lies is one of those sites we can all use.
The Nonverbal Dictionary is a great resource for showing instead of telling.
Phobia List will either make you feel incredibly normal, or give you something to worry about. Or your characters.
Police Jargon is a wonderful site put together by Lynda Sue Cooper.
Refdesk.com is one of those I haven't actually played on very much, but for some incredibly valid reason (which I can't put my finger on at the moment), I bookmarked as a favorite.
Thesaurus.com is great if you need some quick, or different, suggestions.
The Write Attitude Need some inspiration? Feeling a little icky as a writer? Check it out. You can thank me later.