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revised Do script readers start at the beginning?
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Feb
15
comment Do script readers start at the beginning?
Caveat: This answer is based on research, reading, and the few conversations I've had over the years with scriptwriters. I have no experience myself as a reader. If we have any studio readers here, I'll gladly defer to their expertise.
Feb
15
answered Do script readers start at the beginning?
Feb
15
comment What makes good writing software?
Questions on Stack Exchange sites have to be specific and answerable; lists of suggestions like this, I'm afraid, don't meet that requirement. Unless you can ask a specific question here, I'm going to have to close this question.
Feb
14
comment Self/vanity publishing a game manual
To help you get better answers, maybe you could go into a little more detail. For example, by best options do you mean a cheap print house or high print quality or a balance of both? Will you be making a hardbound reference manual with color printing on nice glossy paper, or an inexpensive black-and-white manual? Are you willing to print a large run (cheaper per unit) or do you want a smaller, print-on-demand setup?
Feb
13
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Feb
12
revised Multiple authors in MLA header
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Feb
12
comment How to have a character be nameless for the first few paragraphs of a book?
Also, have a look at the questions on nameless characters we already have. While none of these quite covers your exact situation, you may find the answers there useful.
Feb
12
comment How to have a character be nameless for the first few paragraphs of a book?
Welcome to Writers. I've cleaned up your question a bit for capitalization and punctuation, and given it a more concise title; but please revert my edit if I've accidentally changed your intent.
Feb
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revised How to have a character be nameless for the first few paragraphs of a book?
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Feb
9
comment What is a discovery writer?
@ZayneSHalsall - True, if they've only written this way, but nowhere does this say this is the case.
Feb
9
revised Tracing dependencies and emergent plotholes during edits
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Feb
9
revised Killing off a character: deciding if, when and how
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Feb
8
comment Can a mock-magazine with fictitious content count legally as fan fiction?
By "some other purpose" do you mean malicious parody or parody that's slander in disguise?
Feb
7
revised Can a mock-magazine with fictitious content count legally as fan fiction?
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Feb
7
answered Describe all corrections as clearly and unambiguously as possible
Feb
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revised Describe all corrections as clearly and unambiguously as possible
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Feb
4
answered Should dull dialogue be removed completely?
Feb
4
comment Software for collaborative writing for a small team
A combination of Trello for management of project units and Google Docs for sharing and collaborating might be a good choice. (Trello lets you assign due dates, and Google Docs lets you upload and share Word files.) While in-line changes and notations under Word's Track Changes feature aren't visible when viewing a file online, a file shared via Google Drive will keep that data intact as long as the file format is kept as Word.
Feb
4
revised Setting up for writing
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