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awarded  Student
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25
revised Is there a known technique for giving your readers chills?
Linked to full version without paging.
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25
comment Is there a known technique for giving your readers chills?
That truncated version of "Bullet in the Brain" from the New Yorker does it no justice. I won't link to it, because it looks like copyright infringement, but you can easily find the full version online.
Sep
25
revised Is there a known technique for giving your readers chills?
additional info/research provided
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25
comment Is there a known technique for giving your readers chills?
@NeilFein better?
Sep
25
revised Is there a known technique for giving your readers chills?
removed subjectivity
Sep
25
comment Is there a known technique for giving your readers chills?
@MonicaCellio It does in fact. And it might not be fiction, have you ever heard a song or lyric that gives you the chills each time you hear it?
Sep
25
comment Is there a known technique for giving your readers chills?
@CharlesCaldwell That's me, though in my first attempt of a novel, I do have a vague outline of the plot.
Sep
25
answered Does this passage break the rules of telling and not showing?
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25
asked Is there a known technique for giving your readers chills?
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awarded  Yearling
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14
awarded  Editor
Feb
14
revised Strunk and White vs “Style: The Basics of Clarity and Grace” by Williams and Colomb
fixed title
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14
suggested suggested edit on Strunk and White vs “Style: The Basics of Clarity and Grace” by Williams and Colomb
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awarded  Precognitive
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awarded  Beta
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22
awarded  Teacher
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22
answered Resources about different people types?
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22
answered How to name the characters of your story?
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22
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