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One dark and stormy knight, no scratch that, we can do better.
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Questions concerning outlines for fiction or nonfiction.
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Questions about viewpoints like "he said", "she said".
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Making things clear and easy to understand.
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Writing for children to read, or questions about children who write.
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Questions dealing with writing criticism, and with receiving criticism from others. Please do not use this tag for critique questions.
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Questions about the point of view of the narrator of a work.
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Those for whom one writes.
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the person responsible for the act of publishing. This tag is meant to be used with the specifics of publisher tasks, questions, and best practices, while the publishing tag is related…
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Writers' rights and rites.
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Questions about the length of books.
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for writers having trouble finishing work, or those stuck in the planning phase.
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Issues that specifically target readers, marketing to particular sets of readers
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register and keep track of books.
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You make me laugh! :)
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a macro package implemented on Donald Knuth's TeX programming language and is used primarily for creating high quality written documents. Note that http://tex.stackexchange.com is specificall…