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Apr
25
revised Can novels have twist endings?
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Apr
25
revised Can novels have twist endings?
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Apr
25
revised When Is a Relationship Too Antagonistic?
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Apr
21
reviewed No Action Needed Is there any limit on how long a story can progress without the reader knowing the name of the character introduced so far?
Apr
21
reviewed No Action Needed A question of tenses
Apr
21
reviewed No Action Needed Language of screenplay
Apr
21
reviewed Reviewed What existing platforms use crowdsourcing to develop creative writing and editing?
Apr
21
revised What existing platforms use crowdsourcing to develop creative writing and editing?
format, spelling, link
Apr
21
reviewed Approve Language of screenplay
Apr
17
revised How to introduce a world that's alien to the reader
spelling, grammar, typos
Apr
16
reviewed Close Name for introductory section about the author
Apr
16
comment Name for introductory section about the author
Hi, and welcome to Writers. Stack Exchange is not a discussion board, we require clear, answerable questions which have the potential to help others. This is a "what to write" question and is therefore off-topic for us. Please see our help center writers.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic.
Apr
16
reviewed Approve How can a writer efficiently manage many text snippets?
Apr
12
revised How to invoke my creative side without investing too much time?
spelling, grammar
Apr
10
comment What is the best way to use your favorite authors as inspiration without plagiarism?
There are no new stories. Stripping components from existing worlds, plots, characters is what story telling is all about. Couldn't agree with this answer more.
Apr
10
comment What is the best way to use your favorite authors as inspiration without plagiarism?
Great premise, but ultimately stripping a theme or plot device from an existing story and reusing it in a new way is also inspiration.
Apr
10
comment Character development in a story?
Alexandro and Lauren's answers below sum it up - you're conflating characterization (definition of a person and their traits) and character development (how an author reveals both a characters nature and how they change through the cycle of a story).
Apr
10
answered How to write engaging and relevant backstory
Apr
10
answered I feel my protagonist is too “detached” from the main plot. What should I do?
Apr
9
reviewed Close Can I use a real college in my fiction book?