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revised A good approach to show dialogues over radio communication?
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revised A good approach to show dialogues over radio communication?
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comment A good approach to show dialogues over radio communication?
Thanks hildred. It's a caper scene. And I've structured the planning scene and the execution scene in a way that certain parts of the planning scene is shown while the execution. I would have used single quotation marks instead of double but I've already used them to show inline planning dialogues in the execution scene. Can you suggest something, please?
Jan
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asked A good approach to show dialogues over radio communication?
Dec
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comment Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
@what, Amazing! I didn't know it was in first person. I'll definitely check it out. Thanks!
Dec
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comment Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
Completed the first season. Thanks for the tip! It gave me a clear idea. I don't know why they stopped airing it. It seems to be a decent show.
Dec
13
comment Does the word 'bazaar' instead of 'market' seem more catchy?
Glad to be of help.
Dec
12
awarded  Informed
Dec
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comment Should I get rid of short sentences that don't provide much information?
+1 for the link.
Dec
12
accepted Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
Dec
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comment Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
@what, Thank you for the reply. I guess yours and Standback's ideas are the most engaging.
Dec
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comment Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
Yes. Yes that clicks with me too. After I posted the question, I kind of thought that maybe if I can show a few important hurdles and I can then proceed with the action. But I guess that's the problem with me, various ideas and not a single gram of confidence to choose which one to work on, which one will be apt. But thank you Standback. It seems I accept all your answers by default. I wish I could accept this answer too. Glad to have you guys around. It's so much help.
Dec
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comment Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
@Joe, Bingo! I was actually planning to walk on a similar path. Show a few elements of the planning in a prior scene, and then fill in the gaps as the heist takes place. One of the major challenges I have is the fact that the novel is in first person narrative. There would have been so many liberties if it was in third person. But I think I'll pull it off. If you guys know any caper scenes written in First person, please let me know. That'll be a tonne of help.
Dec
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comment Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
"while Hannah, who was not there, picked up nothing." Hahaha! Extra points for the example of beauty. I totally get what you meant. I practically believed it all this while. Never applied it though; I thought if it is not commonly done, its should not be done. Thanks for standing up and assuring me that I was not the only one.
Dec
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revised Does the word 'bazaar' instead of 'market' seem more catchy?
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Dec
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awarded  Custodian
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revised Does the word 'bazaar' instead of 'market' seem more catchy?
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reviewed No Action Needed How can I catch more errors when I proofread?
Dec
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answered Does the word 'bazaar' instead of 'market' seem more catchy?
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revised Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
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