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More interesting than you think. Geeky author of more than a dozen books, fictionista. Reader, writer, traveler. Big dogs. ShouldBeWriting.com/wordpress

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Sep
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revised Can a likeable character be unsympathetic?
added more detail to the question
Sep
6
answered How can I express this more clearly or concisely?
Sep
6
asked Can a likeable character be unsympathetic?
Sep
6
answered How do I keep the plot interesting in a humorous book?
Sep
6
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
1
answered Do traditional publishers ever make use of “print on demand” (POD)?
Aug
24
comment A letter of recommendation
@Zasz, a better starting point may be to draft such a letter and ask for feedback, specifically addressing areas you feel are not satisfactory.
Aug
21
accepted What are jobs that prefer or require MFAs in Creative Writing?
Aug
19
revised What are jobs that prefer or require MFAs in Creative Writing?
added more explanation about the origin of the question, what I'm looking for.
Aug
19
comment What are jobs that prefer or require MFAs in Creative Writing?
That makes sense. I know the huge pile of submissions most journals get, and if they scan for MFA in the cover letter, they can avoid reviewing the others as closely. A shame, though.
Aug
19
comment What are jobs that prefer or require MFAs in Creative Writing?
justkt - I haven't noticed a difference pre or post. (And it's almost like the opposite of a job, ends up costing you money and time since most literary magazines pay nothing.)
Aug
18
asked What are jobs that prefer or require MFAs in Creative Writing?
Aug
17
answered How to create space
Aug
16
answered Should I start work on a sequel before I have sold my book?
Aug
11
answered How do I recover my confidence after a harsh writing group?
Aug
11
comment What can I write to improve reader participation at this blog?
I think this question needs to be rewritten to focus only on the writing in the blog. But I think that addressing the writing is only a small part of the solution you need.
Aug
8
answered Source ideas for monsters in a fantasy novel?
Aug
8
revised How do you develop a strong female character?
clarified my answer.
Aug
7
answered How do you develop a strong female character?
Aug
7
comment How do you develop a strong female character?
Seriously, this is vague. There's strong in the sense of loud and opinionated. There's strong in the sense of quiet but unyielding.