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I'm part guitarist, part coder, part writer. I've a tendency towards DIY and an interest in gaming and game development.

English is not my first language, but as good as.

I like communities and community driven projects... that's collective DIY, and I have and interest in that, too.


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comment How to describe the point-of-view character without using mirrors
I guess in third person you'd jump ahead and describe the character 'as is', not too much hassle. There's a wider variety of ways to do it in third person, such as having someone else 'look at the character and notice something about their appearance'. Christopher Paolini handles third person descriptions really nicely, with a simple technique: his third person is "focused" on a character and reflects their thoughts/feelings/perceptions, as opposed to using a global, all knowing third person perspective. Using that focus, both methods can be used freely.
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answered How to describe the point-of-view character without using mirrors
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answered How can I write poems in an attractable manner?
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revised Other than find a publisher for your work, what do agents do?
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comment Other than find a publisher for your work, what do agents do?
will do, didn't think of it.
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answered Other than find a publisher for your work, what do agents do?
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answered What is flash fiction?