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accepted How to write a “strong” passage?
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accepted Fiction writing: is using Git overkill?
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asked Adding the word “that” to maintain symmetry in sentences
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accepted Should I write “also known as” in full or as an acronym (aka)?
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comment Should I write “also known as” in full or as an acronym (aka)?
@Neil Fein♦ OK, so which SE should I use instead? (By the way, I though it was OK since there's a formatting tag.)
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revised Horror story for a game - how to create dread?
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answered Horror story for a game - how to create dread?
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comment How to decide the position of short phrases?
That was a very good observation. Thanks!
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asked How to decide the position of short phrases?
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comment Point of view chapter to chapter
The current Amazon Bestseller in Fiction, The Girl on the Train, does precisely that. It's written in first-person present tense, from the POVs of three different female characters. And yes, it's intriguing. I've been going to bed at 2:00 a.m. for three nights straight because of the damn book.
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