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revised Should I specify the time/date at the beginning of a scene?
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accepted Does the following dialogue sound stiff and formal?
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accepted Does this text flow smoothly (description of suicidal thoughts)?
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accepted Pulling the reader out of the narrative: When it's too much?
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accepted Is it better to describe the main character's physical appearance early on in the story?
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revised Should I specify the time/date at the beginning of a scene?
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revised Should I specify the time/date at the beginning of a scene?
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revised Should I specify the time/date at the beginning of a scene?
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asked Should I specify the time/date at the beginning of a scene?
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revised Is it better to describe the main character's physical appearance early on in the story?
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asked Is it better to describe the main character's physical appearance early on in the story?
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comment Does this urge you to read further or stop?
I always thought the Hunger Games was a rip off of Battle Royale: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_Royale_(film)
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revised Pulling the reader out of the narrative: When it's too much?
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comment Pulling the reader out of the narrative: When it's too much?
@Lauren Ipsum Haha, OK, maybe I should just remove that part.
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comment Pulling the reader out of the narrative: When it's too much?
@Matt Ellen OK, I'll think about that.
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comment Pulling the reader out of the narrative: When it's too much?
@Matt Ellen Well, that's the only place I describe the mother in the whole story. So that the reader can have some idea how she looks like.
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asked Pulling the reader out of the narrative: When it's too much?