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Writing that's intended to accompany music
for National Novel Writing Month. You have to write a novel of 50,000 words during November. Starting in 1999, the challenge is tried now by more than 250,000 people all around the world.
Questions about getting work as a writer, or about using effective writing when applying for work.
At the end of the day, we all use them.
the general "feel" of a piece, its tone and emotion - which may fit or clash with the actual events being described.
Writing for comic books, graphic novels, manga, etc.
Questions about writing by hand: Tools, technique, and materials.
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Questions about sex scenes, erotica, etc. Also see the "gender" tag.
Questions about pieces of writing that have more than one language in them, prominently.
Fiction served hot and steamy.
Questions about invented languages.
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Application programming interfaces (APIs) are software interfaces that expose defined functionality to developers writing programs. API documentation describes these software interfaces.
Making technical writing easy to understand for non-technical readers.
The main person or force opposing the protagonist of the story.