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May
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comment How to come up with a good title?
This question needs to be more specific; asking for ideas how to come up with a good title isn't answerable. Asking how important a title is and what works from a marketing standpoint is better. Please remember that Stack Exchange is not a discussion forum.
May
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comment How to assure your plot isn't a carbon copy of another story?
@ChrisOkyen - No, no. The question was edited after you wrote it; I've since edited the title again.
May
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revised How to assure your plot isn't a carbon copy of another story?
The previous edit was good, but the new title needed a little work to clearly reflect the question.
May
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comment How to assure your plot isn't a carbon copy of another story?
I was gonna say, "read the title again," but the title and the question here seem to be at odds. What OP is asking isn't all that clear. Care to expand on your thoughts here? (My DV is locked in, can't remove it unless your answer is edited anyway.)
May
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comment How to assure your plot isn't a carbon copy of another story?
This doesn't really answer the question, which is asking how to decide where something is too similar.
May
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reviewed Approve How to assure your plot isn't a carbon copy of another story?
Apr
30
revised Is it strange if a novel starts the first chapter without one of main characters?
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Apr
30
answered Is it strange if a novel starts the first chapter without one of main characters?
Apr
30
comment Is it strange if a novel starts the first chapter without one of main characters?
Interesting situation. "Is it strange" is hard to answer, but what are your specific concerns about not introducing your protagonist in chapter one? We can address those.
Apr
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revised Which tense should I use when writing a post about a journey?
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Apr
25
comment Best Practices To Learn By Reading?
pblock, welcome to the site!
Apr
25
revised How to tell if my story is finished, or needs more?
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Apr
25
comment Visual methods of plot development?
Can you give us more detail about what you're looking for, and why? This question is tough to answer without speculation and discussion.
Apr
25
comment A comma followed by “and” rule
Grammar is off-topic here as per our FAQ, but have sent this to English Language Learners.
Apr
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Apr
24
comment How to elegantly convey the finer nuances of language in written form
@Mussri edited the question, and it's a good edit - makes things a little clearer. I think the problem is a conceptual one, though - you're asking for examples. Perhaps you can think of a way to ask how to do what you want rather than examples of it?
Apr
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reviewed Approve How to elegantly convey the finer nuances of language in written form
Apr
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revised Critique: Make excerpt more visual/flow better
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comment Critique: Make excerpt more visual/flow better
The proposal - a question on meta - has three downvotes, indicating disagreement. Also, the answers that oppose it were upvoted by the community. If you have more questions, ping me on chat? Happy to discuss. But sure, this is a good critique; I'm happy to re-open it. Thanks for editing.
Apr
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comment Critique: Make excerpt more visual/flow better
I think you've misunderstood; my link above is a proposal that the community downvoted and disagreed with on meta. Our critique guidelines are here.