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reviewed Leave Open What is the average cost of software for DITA authoring?
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reviewed No Action Needed Difference b/w Abstract and Introduction writing for a research paper
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reviewed No Action Needed Is Postscript still useful in the age of email?
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comment Offline Tool for finding identical/similar phrases in a text?
Thanks for this information (and for being clear about your relationship to the product). Does it allow you to add to the dictionary of cliches too? If I know that I have a bad habit of using a certain expression that isn't one of the 7000 it already detects, can I add that?
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answered What is the average cost of software for DITA authoring?
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reviewed Reviewed How to correctly identify publisher?
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comment How do I build a better blog website?
This is pretty broad as written, and sounds like you're asking for a critique of your blog. Could you please edit to describe what you've done and what you think could be improved about it? Try to be more specific -- are your questions about styling, tagging, length of posts, how you manage comments, promotion, or what? I'm putting this on hold for now; after you edit it will go into a review queue for reopening.
Dec
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comment Character in Macbeth that maintains integrity in position of power?
Hi Zander and welcome to Writers. As Lauren said, we're a Q&A site about writing, not about literary analysis or what to write. Once you figure out what you want to write about please do bring your questions about how to do it here. Please check out our short tour for an overview of how the site works. Thanks for understanding.
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comment Where can one go to find police procedures
Thanks for the additions!
Dec
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comment How much is considered plagiarism?
This is a well-asked question, laying out a spectrum of possible differences that seem significant to you. Thank you and welcome to the site.
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answered How can I turn my short story into a novel?
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comment Where can one go to find police procedures
Welcome to Writers. Can you be a little more specific? Small local police handling a burglary may have different procedures than NYC police investigating a terrorist event (pulling in DHS, FBI, etc).
Dec
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comment How to develop a more regal language
@user96551 if you found one of the answers here to be particularly helpful, remember that you can mark it as accepted by clicking on the checkbox under the voting buttons. There is no requirement that you do so, but if your question has been answered, doing that signals that you're happy. It also gives the author of that answer some reputation.
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comment Books on writing successful non-fiction
Also, this is likely to be closed as a list question. Instead of asking "where do I find books about X?" it's better to ask "X?". That is, what questions do you hope to answer by reading these books? Try asking those questions, and if there are key books you should be reading, an answer can bring that up.
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comment Books on writing successful non-fiction
This is pretty broad. I suspect that the answer depends on whether your non-fiction is a biography, a history, a technical manual, a chemistry textbook, an analysis of Plato's philosophy, etc. Could you narrow this?
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comment How to develop a more regal language
@NeilFein I think it's actually a better fit here, as the OP is asking about conveying speech patterns more than developing a whole dialect. This seems to me to fall more on the "writing" side of the line. That said, user96551, you might also look at Worldbuilding for guidance.
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comment Directly quoting a source who also has a cited source
How does the source being quoted cite its source? (Inline or in a footnote?) And is there any particular style guide you're expected to follow (MLA, Chicago, etc)?
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comment Video game gameplay script
Are you asking how to write something like "if the player shoots at the big baddie then (scene description)"?
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comment How to develop a more regal language
Yes, this. Nobility is an attitude born of privileged status; language is a consequence.
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comment Would a paid-for review from Kirkus give me real insight into quality of my manuscript?
This question is being discussed on meta here: meta.writers.stackexchange.com/q/939/1993