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2
revised how to cite a dubbed TV series? APA 6th edition
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Mar
28
answered How are multilingual scenes handled when the story's main language is translated into that of its minor one?
Mar
28
comment Is it worth switching to Dvorak?
Relevant: Daring to Dvorak
Mar
28
revised Is it acceptable practice to use contractions in a fictional first person narrative for children?
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Mar
28
comment Is it acceptable practice to use contractions in a fictional first person narrative for children?
This is certainly interesting - fascinating, actually - but I don't think it addresses the question directly.
Mar
27
comment Effective techniques for describing pain
Alternatively, in the event no pain happens conveniently to you (and I hope this this is the case), talking to others might help - friends who recently broke a bone, etc. Keep in mind that recent pain is better; memory of pain can fade.
Mar
25
comment How can I sell articles about TV shows online?
I've edited your question to emphasize the how of your question, rather than just ask for likely sites to sell articles on. I think this will get you more answers here. Does my edit work for you? Please revert my edit if I've missed what you're looking for.
Mar
25
revised How can I sell articles about TV shows online?
Wording, content, grammar
Mar
24
comment How can I sell articles about TV shows online?
Also, I'd like to point out that a very short question by a new user that contains a link to a fairly random, relatively unknown website looks pretty spammy. Looking at your questions elsewhere on the network, I suspect that this is a genuine question, but adding to the question will help avoid that appearance and help avoid having this flagged as spam by users.
Mar
24
comment How can I sell articles about TV shows online?
Welcome to Writers! Can you be more specific about what you want to do? What kind of content do you want to sell?
Mar
21
answered Getting details of a past century right
Mar
21
comment Getting details of a past century right
Related: How does one deal with world builder's syndrome?.
Mar
21
revised Getting details of a past century right
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Mar
20
comment Am i using “he/she” too often during action scenes?
Agreed. Do you think there's a good balance in the text Lokiie1984 posted between proper names and pronouns?
Mar
20
comment Tracing dependencies and emergent plotholes during edits
I'd only add to this that you be careful how granular you get when deciding what elements to add to the spreadsheet (or mind map, or post-its with string on a corkboard). Pick a system - say, major events in each plot thread, etc - and stick with it. Sweat the small stuff only later, when you go through and do a cleanup after hitting the major stuff.
Mar
19
revised How to tell or retell basic character and setting information in a series?
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Mar
19
comment How to tell or retell basic character and setting information in a series?
That's my personal preference as well, and a big reason why I don't read a lot of fantasy. But there are no hard and fast rules, and it always, always depends on the story.
Mar
19
revised How to tell or retell basic character and setting information in a series?
Added some clarification for edge cases, added some more examples
Mar
19
answered How to tell or retell basic character and setting information in a series?
Mar
18
comment Effective techniques for describing pain
Perhaps there are exercises that would help in this? Maybe you can also bring this to our Tuesday writing exercise chat.