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Jan
9
comment Is the following “…noun, adjective…” structure allowed in fiction?
@what I'm curious why do you think that sentence is less than perfect?
Jan
9
comment Is the following “…noun, adjective…” structure allowed in fiction?
Thanks, not sure why I thought it was ungrammatical. "...its curves flawlessly outlined as if drawn with a compass." I was referring to the curves of the heart. Is the wording confusing?
Jan
9
asked Is the following “…noun, adjective…” structure allowed in fiction?
Jan
8
comment “And” vs “with” in description lists
Hey, you're right for some reason in the picture: c2.staticflickr.com/8/7087/7002468621_6072bb7c4b_z.jpg I only thought about its head and wings as black. Thanks.
Jan
8
accepted Are the following passages examples of tense change? Are they allowed in fiction writing?
Jan
8
accepted Is the following analogy of natural selection effective and clear?
Jan
8
accepted Improving the flow/rhythm of the following comparison
Jan
8
accepted “Its vs ”the" when referring to an element belonging to the previous sentence
Jan
8
accepted How to format the following dialogue without the parenthesis?
Jan
8
accepted Is it a good writing practice to keep related elements as close as possible to each other?
Jan
7
asked “And” vs “with” in description lists
Jan
6
comment Is the word “becoming” being used correctly in the following metaphor?
@CLockeWork Thanks. I'll try that.
Jan
6
comment Is the word “becoming” being used correctly in the following metaphor?
Thanks a lot! Just one thing: isn't the shelves and scrolls the reef and algae confusing to read? The first time I read it I read it like: the shelves and the scrolls and the reef and the algae
Jan
6
comment Is the word “becoming” being used correctly in the following metaphor?
Well, isn't becoming acting as a metaphor here? Like it became a nightmare?
Jan
6
asked Is it a good writing practice to keep related elements as close as possible to each other?
Jan
5
asked Is the word “becoming” being used correctly in the following metaphor?
Jan
4
accepted How to tell where to place a parenthetical em dash phrase?
Jan
3
revised How to tell where to place a parenthetical em dash phrase?
added 7 characters in body; edited title
Jan
3
asked How to tell where to place a parenthetical em dash phrase?
Dec
28
accepted Am I over-explaining or being condescending to the reader?