Writing Reference Reviews

Every aspiring writer, accomplished author, self-published author and heck, even aspiring wannabe novelists have turned their thoughts to writing software and writing reference guides.

Passionate about helping wannabe novelists, iHubbub is building an online writing reference to show you how to build fictional characters, what to do about plotting your story and how to make your novels successful.

Find out how to do this in our writing reference guides ... packed with writing resources for aspiring writers and novelists.

Sub headed as ‘Your ultimate guide to writing and publishing a successful novel, this book does what it says on the tin … err, cover.
Text to Speech Software converts your text from MS Word Documents, Emails, Web Pages and PDF Files into natural-sounding speech. You can listen on your PC or create audio files for use on portable devices like iPods, PocketPCs and CD players.
Always wanted to write your own book, but didn’t know where to start. Whether you’re a complete novice, or a more experienced writer, Write Your Own Novel Professional V2, has everything you need to create a best-selling literary masterpiece!
The Oxford Dictionary of Modern Slang by John Ayto and John Simpson. There’s no end to the ‘mind-blowing’ power of Modern Slang. As a mouse is electronically wired to a laptop so too will this dictionary become an intravenous drip to a writer. Hey ho, writers and authors ... read on!
A Writer's Guide to the Zodiac: How the Stars Can Help You Understand Your Characters.  This book is a MUST for all authors, novelists, writers, aspiring writers and self published writers!
Oxford Good English by John Ayto is simple to use and has most of the answers to everyday queries about English usage. It is a handy guide in a kinda-pocket size so easy to take out and about if you are an aspiring writer working in coffee shops or getting inspiration from your local village common.