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Jan
6
comment How can I broaden my understanding of my characters?
possible duplicate of How do you avoid the problem of all the characters in your story sounding the same?
Jan
3
asked How to avoid formulaic fictional structures while still using tried and tested techniques?
Jan
2
answered Indentation, paragraph spacing, when?
Jan
2
comment Indentation, paragraph spacing, when?
This question actually comprises of several questions covering indentation and vertical spacing. Are you specifically asking about Latex and the usage of the commands you mention, or are you asking about indentation in general? If the former, you're better off asking your question at the Latex SE site: tex.stackexchange.com If the latter, you should clarify the answer with what style rules you plan on using, e.g. Chicago, as different style guides have different rules.
Jan
1
revised How to cite an entire paragraph?
Clarifying answer regarding different style guides.
Dec
15
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are there any contests for teenage writers?
Oct
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are good guidelines to follow when writing app reviews?
Sep
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How detailed should I be when writing a character bio?
Sep
4
comment What is a “light novel” and how does it differ from a novella?
The Wikipedia article you link to explains what they are and the difference, unless there's something I don't fully understand from your question?
Aug
27
revised Should blog posts be reformatted to past tense after an event?
Small clarification of text
Aug
27
answered Should blog posts be reformatted to past tense after an event?
Aug
26
answered Tips to identify “noise” or “clutter” in your story
Aug
26
comment Writer's Notebook
The answer I gave here, although related to writer's block, specifically outlines things to write down in a writer's book. Hope it helps: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/2100/…
Aug
26
comment Stupid Villain rather than Dark Lord
Hanlon's Razor describes this well: Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity. As for exmaples, the only example I can think of is the book "A Planet For The President", which had a president not-so-subtly modelled on George W. Bush, Jnr.
Aug
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Writing exercises to practice the art of giving unique voice to characters?
Aug
21
revised Is Sherlock Holmes public domain for use in a story?
Clarification of "they".
Aug
21
answered Is Sherlock Holmes public domain for use in a story?
Aug
16
comment Scrivener: marking multiple (non-adjacent) phrases in a manuscript with same footnote
I don't believe Scrivener will keep track of the Ibids and Op Cits, but could be wrong as I'm not 100% sure. However, did some digging around and found a possible solution for you, which I've appended to my answer.