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reviewed Reviewed Is there a term for a fiction piece that goes after the prologue but before the epilogue?
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comment Is there a term for a fiction piece that goes after the prologue but before the epilogue?
As far as I understand it, OP isn't writing a story; he's interleaving multi-part fiction into a non-fiction work. He's got one chapter that's DIFFERENT, fiction rather than nonfiction, and he's looking for a term for that. IMHO this doesn't answer the question.
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there a term for a fiction piece that goes after the prologue but before the epilogue?
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comment A better word for dusty?
@Pumpkinpeach, I suggest you either re-ask at English.SE, or else edit this one for English.SE, and then I can send this over there. (Editing this question lets us keep the existing answers you've already got.)
Mar
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comment A better word for dusty?
English.SE has some specific requirements for Single-Word-Requests, which I don't think this meets. english.stackexchange.com/tags/single-word-requests/info
Mar
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comment how much pages do i have for a paperback book
Heya! Welcome to Writers.SE! We've previously addressed this question, so I'm closing this post, and the existing answers should help you out :)
Mar
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reviewed No Action Needed permission from the building owners needed to depict a drawing of it on cover of novel?
Mar
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reviewed Looks OK How to Keep a Main Character Nameless
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reviewed No Action Needed Should one Infodump the reader when a new environment of a fictional world is introduced?
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comment My Main Characters Expostion Peaks at a Point, but How?
This kind of question is so specific, that we could get a million of them, and none of them would help more than one author apiece... So I need to close this. Not a problem -- trial and error is how people learn what we're about (although the site tour helps :P ). Meanwhile, if anybody has a suggestion for reopening it, I'd be pleased to hear :)
Mar
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comment My Main Characters Expostion Peaks at a Point, but How?
Hi, Pheobe! Welcome to Writers.SE! This seems to me like a "Help me figure out what to write" question -- you have a very specific situation, and you want help coming up with an appropriate visual for it. Writers.SE is different from other sites you might know; we stick to Q&A format, and a lot of things that would work well in other forums don't work well for us.
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reviewed Reviewed Is it possible to publish a single copy of a book?
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reviewed Reviewed Using the name of fictional characters/series in a different context
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revised Using the name of fictional characters/series in a different context
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reviewed Reviewed The “destroy a day's work every nth day” method of improving one's writing - sensible?
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comment The “destroy a day's work every nth day” method of improving one's writing - sensible?
-1. This question is on-topic, but you're asking us to justify your idea. Any system may work for somebody, and if it works for you, then great! --but this is a Q&A site, and I don't see the sense in polling for opinions on an untried technique without at least explaining what you're trying to achieve and why you think it's a good idea... (Sorry to grumble on your first question. Welcome to Writers.SE! Trial and error is a good thing here!)
Mar
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reviewed Reviewed True Crime writing research: Where do you even begin?
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reviewed Reviewed How long does a teen science fiction novel need to be?
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comment How long does a teen science fiction novel need to be?
I left the primary question, and edited out the "how do you kick this off?" question (which is probably too broad for us anyway, without going into further detail and specific difficulties)
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revised How long does a teen science fiction novel need to be?
Removed second, unrelated question; edited tags