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In sooth, I know not why I am so sad: It wearies me; you say it wearies you; But how I caught it, found it, or came by it, What stuff 'tis made of, whereof it is born, I am to learn; And such a want-wit sadness makes of me, That I have much ado to know myself.

May
25
comment How to make the first lines of my novel attractive and hooking?
New link doesn't work either. I suggest you either remove the link and any reference to it in your question, or fix the link and add the "reviews" tag into the question. Might be seen as SEO spam, otherwise. Based on the first answer below, you may want to consider the first option. My 2c.
May
25
comment How to make the first lines of my novel attractive and hooking?
For reference to your question, though - take a look at this: writers.stackexchange.com/q/107/16
May
25
comment How to make the first lines of my novel attractive and hooking?
Three hours and your link already returns a 404. You'd best fix that before site curators close your question as spam.
Nov
18
awarded  Yearling
Mar
29
reviewed No Action Needed How can I consistently distinguish among tables, fields, and records in a database?
Mar
29
reviewed No Action Needed Is it worth switching to Dvorak?
Mar
7
reviewed Reviewed Are there any places to have community story development?
Mar
7
revised Are there any places to have community story development?
Rewrote, added links.
Mar
7
reviewed Leave Open Punctuation and capitalisation in poetry
Mar
7
awarded  Custodian
Mar
7
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to make a letter interesting?
Feb
23
reviewed Reviewed How many pages would my manuscript be in paperback?
Feb
16
reviewed No Action Needed How can I express this fragment more clearly and concisely?
Feb
16
reviewed No Action Needed Multiple authors in MLA header
Feb
16
reviewed Reviewed Software to change American punctuation to British
Feb
16
revised Software to change American punctuation to British
Formatting.
Feb
16
reviewed Reviewed How to have a character be nameless for the first few paragraphs of a book?
Feb
16
revised How to have a character be nameless for the first few paragraphs of a book?
Typo, layout.
Feb
16
reviewed No Action Needed How can I make a collection of essays / arguments more attractive to publishers?
Feb
16
comment Is it true that men (in general) can't write female first-person?
+1! Well said! Any doubters read Stephen King's Rose Madder - not first person, but one of the best female protagonists I've ever read, with no pandering to female stereotypes. Even though it deals with domestic violence.