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Feb
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comment Redouble, double, or double again?
This question is more appropriate for English; any objection to having it migrated there?
Feb
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comment Referencing real and fictional people/characters in novels - legal implications
I think this question is different enough that it's a legitimate variation.
Feb
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comment Referencing real and fictional people/characters in novels - legal implications
Downvoted because it doesn't answer the question, only one of its examples.
Jan
29
reviewed Approve How should I have my male character express strong feelings?
Jan
29
comment How should I have my male character express strong feelings?
I think @Standback's edit is a good one, and rolfedh added a nice wrinkle to the question. I'm fine with reopening this. zombysis, are you okay with this edits? Did we change your intent too much?
Jan
28
comment How should I have my male character express strong feelings?
This question is far too broad, and not specifically about writing; but there's a solid question in here. I've placed it on hold for now and have brought it up in meta. meta.writers.stackexchange.com/questions/1112/…
Jan
28
revised Do I need copyright, trademark or other registrations, to publish stories by Shakespeare?
Spelling, capitalization
Jan
28
comment How should I have my male character express strong feelings?
I don't think this is really on-topic for this site.
Jan
28
comment Format for capitalizing quotes
Actually, this question about style is fine here. Questions like this will sometimes get a more in-depth answer on English, but a more practical answer here.
Jan
28
revised Format for capitalizing quotes
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Jan
25
comment Title already taken
Related" Should I care if my short story has the same title as someone else's book?
Jan
24
revised How should I write a height in feet and inches?
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Jan
18
comment How do I structure an essay into a thesis statement and three points in three paragraphs? -this is not a school homework
I agree that this question is off-topic here. Placing on hold.
Jan
18
revised If I use a real location for the setting of my book - Do I have to use existing schools or can I make them up?
Removed the word "no" that was confusing the text (at first read I thought the answer was saying the opposite of what it was)
Jan
14
comment Blog recommendations for children's book writers
Questions that are potentially endless lists of links aren't a good for for this site; the purpose of a Stack Exchange site is to provide canonical answers to specific questions. Closing, sorry.
Jan
14
comment Writing a bad review in a tactful way
@MichaelB - Blogging is specifically on-topic here.
Jan
11
comment How to punctuate the synonym to a word or phrase?
Questions asking for proofreading or rephrasing are off-topic here. I'm going to close this, but please see our site tour for more information about how this site works - it's not a discussion forum, it's a Q&A site on a very specific area.
Jan
5
comment Add Document Data to Chapter Title
Scrivener questions are on-topic here, since it's a speciality writing tool.
Jan
3
comment A self-absorbed female character: key words and pet phrases needed
Of-topic for reasons stated in the on-hold text; closing.
Dec
30
comment How long does it take to write a 1000 word SEO topic?
This issue is one often faced by freelancers. While this site is the best place to ask about the writing end of the issue (which you've done), you might also find guidance at our Freelancing site, but it would be more about the business end of the transaction.