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Feb
18
reviewed Needs Improvement “That's when” vs “That was when.”
Feb
18
reviewed Needs Improvement Editing: Those darn comma splices
Feb
18
reviewed Satisfactory How does one get Fanfiction “Published”?
Feb
10
comment How do sci-fi stories hold up if their premise or details become discredited?
Hi Henrygale, welcome to Writers.SE! I really like the question. I've edited the title; I think it makes the question clearer. If you feel like I've missed your intent, feel free to re-edit or revert back to the original.
Feb
10
revised How do sci-fi stories hold up if their premise or details become discredited?
title
Feb
9
comment Formatting for fading between a radio broadcast and the protagonist
@user67244 , is this the precise formatting that you'd like to use? All in italics; all in one paragraph? Also, the end seems cut off.
Feb
9
comment Formatting for fading between a radio broadcast and the protagonist
I don't think this is a duplicate; script format is entirely different than prose presentation.
Feb
9
revised Formatting for fading between a radio broadcast and the protagonist
title, formatting
Feb
6
awarded  Yearling
Feb
5
revised How do I choose the most appropriate font for a professional document?
title
Feb
5
comment Can a Town/City Sue an Author for a Bad Portrayal in Fiction?
I'd appreciate opinions on whether this question is a duplicate of the linked questions :)
Feb
5
comment Can a Town/City Sue an Author for a Bad Portrayal in Fiction?
This is a specific case of this question on using the real world in writing, and there are also some good answers about murder in a real-life location. See if those answer your question?
Feb
3
answered What does being “heavy handed” mean? And how does one avoid it?
Feb
3
comment Is sending your characters back to a different century a good way to disguise them?
Tom, I've linked to the question in the comments, so the questions will show as related. I phrased this specifically towards your question here, and I think I'd rather leave it as-is. :) Glad you liked the answer, though. I think the answers to your previous question are great too, but I'll think whether I have anything worth adding there as well.
Feb
3
comment Is sending your characters back to a different century a good way to disguise them?
Related: Where's the line between coincidental similarity between a character and a person, vs. being uniquely identifiable?
Feb
2
answered Is sending your characters back to a different century a good way to disguise them?
Jan
27
comment Being a non-native English writer how can i improve my English Writing style?
That's absolutely fine :) Telling newcomers how the site works is a lot of what we do :) Welcome to the site, and happy writing!
Jan
25
comment Being a non-native English writer how can i improve my English Writing style?
Other related pages: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/10701/… , writers.stackexchange.com/questions/10379/… .
Jan
25
comment Being a non-native English writer how can i improve my English Writing style?
Hi Anvita! Welcome to Writers.SE, and best of luck with your writing! Part of how this site works is, we try to merge between different people asking the same thing - that means we don't answer the same questions over and over, and you've got a page all ready with responses. I'm going to mark this one as a duplicate; I hope the existing answers help!
Jan
17
revised How can I ensure my POV character's writing isn't too sophisticated?
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