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age 24
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seen Mar 21 at 7:19

Writer | Coder | Witty | Liar


Dec
9
asked Good idea to describe the heist place before the heist begins?
Apr
12
awarded  Yearling
Dec
3
comment Is it good style in fiction to write sentences as a flow of (disjointed) thoughts?
@JohnSmithers, thanks for the title change. I really need to learn how to frame my questions. :|
Nov
29
comment Is it good style in fiction to write sentences as a flow of (disjointed) thoughts?
@Neil, I never asked how this sentence was. I just asked whether it is a good practice to write in this style or not. But it's my bad. I should not have used that tag.
Nov
29
comment Is it good style in fiction to write sentences as a flow of (disjointed) thoughts?
Thanks Lauren. This is what most of the youth in my country like. Hence the writing style. :)
Nov
29
accepted Is it good style in fiction to write sentences as a flow of (disjointed) thoughts?
Nov
29
comment Is it good style in fiction to write sentences as a flow of (disjointed) thoughts?
@Neil, actually, this was not proofreading.
Nov
28
revised Is it good style in fiction to write sentences as a flow of (disjointed) thoughts?
deleted 49 characters in body
Nov
28
asked Is it good style in fiction to write sentences as a flow of (disjointed) thoughts?
Nov
17
comment How does one write a character smarter than oneself?
+1 for the quote!
Nov
15
revised Is the opening of this detective short story gripping enough to read on? Can it be shortened?
added 757 characters in body; added 10 characters in body
Nov
15
answered Is the opening of this detective short story gripping enough to read on? Can it be shortened?
Sep
19
comment What is a beat?
@OneMonkey, Amazing! I'm saving this.
Sep
19
comment Software recommendations for magazine layout?
Of course I can. But I won't be able to provide the full details as I am still learning. So, goto their website or youtube 'how to use corel'. You'll get the idea.
Sep
11
accepted Should cliffhangers be used in every chapter?
Sep
10
answered How can I learn how to outline, so I can write like an architect?
Aug
23
comment Can a book be written without an antagonist?
@Mussri, when it comes to casual talking in english, grammar is the last thing you want to emphasize on.
Aug
7
comment Is it appropriate to credit someone with a quote if I am not absolutely sure they are the source?
I believe the complete dialogue is this: "We believe that the universe itself is conscious in a way we can never truly understand. It is engaged in a search for meaning. So it breaks itself apart, investing its own consciousness in every form of life. We are the universe trying to understand itself." It is said by a character called Delenn from the 1995 series "Babylon 5: Passing Through Gethsemane" Season 3 ep 4. But I am not sure about Carl Sagan.
Jul
7
comment Pitfalls of writing a main character of different gender to the author, specifically first-person perspective?
"because I can't relate to the nuances of the female mind." Hahahha
Jul
6
awarded  Nice Question