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Writer | Coder | Witty | Liar


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?
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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
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
Jul
4
comment Should cliffhangers be used in every chapter?
well that's tricky.. I think they are sort of a feeling of surprise + oh-shit situation.
Jul
4
comment Should cliffhangers be used in every chapter?
My story is in first person.. So It doesn't include intertwined stories.. It is linear and I have only one POVC.
Jul
4
revised Should cliffhangers be used in every chapter?
grammar
Jul
4
asked Should cliffhangers be used in every chapter?
Jun
27
comment How do you build good per-book *and* global indexes?
Yes, I get the idea. I was Googling DTD's when I stumbled upon docbook. And to my bad luck, I could not find any thing on adding words to only global indexes. But I hope you get the solution on SO. :)
Jun
26
comment How do you build good per-book *and* global indexes?
Well, I really think that this question can belong to our site. Because essentially, from what I know about coding, Cellio is probably using a 'software' to write. And the 'writing' she is referring to is a technical documentation. And I mean a Huge documentation. So basically, she has posted the question in the right forum. But as Fein said, we do need writers here who are technically sound.