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comment What is the purpose of version control?
@CLockeWork Funny you should mention Word, as it has a "Track Changes" feature for documents that works similarly to a single-branch version control system. I've also found the comments feature useful for leaving notes-to-self without interrupting the flow of the document. (Those features may be meant more as an ease for collaboration, but I find they serve just fine for individual work as well.)
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accepted How often do writers develop characters before plot, and why?
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comment What breaks suspension of disbelief?
"Superman lifting an entire building by a corner without the building falling apart does break suspension of disbelief." That's why they say he has tactile kinesis these days.
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comment How often do writers develop characters before plot, and why?
I see. Do you ever have situations where situations and plot points seem to develop almost naturally from the aspects of the characters themselves?
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comment Is it easy to change genre?
In modern terms, I'd consider The Illiad as historical fiction with a mythological bent, considering that Troy itself really did exist, and at least one iteration of the city was indeed destroyed due to war.
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comment Do books have to be written in sequence?
How about a story with ninja-riding sharks?