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Oct
26
comment How do writers differentiate personal beliefs from the messages of their writing in public discourse?
@AnonymousAuthor - While it may be a bit early in your career for you to worry about this, that doesn't mean you can't ask the question. Welcome to Writers, and thanks for the good question.
Oct
22
revised Format keyboard keys in documents
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Oct
19
comment Writing a 15-page summary
Welcome to Writers. We have some people who know more about academic writing than I do, but I'll ask the obvious question: Does your school or department have any guidance on this, like a style sheet or a style guide you follow?
Oct
19
revised Writing a 15-page summary
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Oct
19
comment Character development and suspense
Can you tell us more about why you're asking? This question feels like a homework question, not a question about writing.
Oct
19
answered How long is too long for a blog post?
Oct
16
comment Report writing: should I use ® © symbols?
You could find out what other report writers have done and suggest an entry to your university's style guide. In that case, the suggestion in Kitkhain's answer might be a good way to go.
Oct
16
comment Can non-interactive stories make an audience feel guilt, and if so, how?
A couple of questions: Can you clarify what you mean by "non-interactive" here? That term makes me think of fiction that's anything but a game or a choose-your-own-adventure book. Also, are you concerned with plays, movies, TV, books, or webcomics? (Or are all media okay?)
Oct
16
comment Can non-interactive stories make an audience feel guilt, and if so, how?
Welcome to Writers! In keeping with the Stack Exchange aversion to list questions, I've done a light edit of your question so it's mostly asking for techniques, and examples are welcome but not the main point.
Oct
16
revised Can non-interactive stories make an audience feel guilt, and if so, how?
Promoted request for techniques (over examples)
Oct
15
comment Can anyone provide any recent examples of characters which first appeared in a short story, eventually becoming major TV or Film properties?
This is off topic, as it's both a list question and not about writing or a related field. Closing, but I'd suggest looking at our site tour. There's a Movies and TV site that might help you, but you'll need to focus the question to ask it there.
Oct
15
revised How do you properly add paragraphs into a research paper?
Formatting, spelling; edited tags
Oct
13
comment Using colons and semi-colons in dialogue
I'd like to suggest that people answering this question focus on using colons and semi-colons in dialog and not limit themselves to these specific examples, which are only here to illustrate a point. I think it'll make it more useful. "Feed a man a fish," etc.
Oct
13
revised Using colons and semi-colons in dialogue
Formatting
Oct
12
revised Dialogue identifying the character that is currently speaking
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Oct
12
comment What is an alternative for “the size of a pack of cigarettes”?
It's not about being subjective. The community has decided that it doesn't want to answer these questions. A request to allow questions asking for rephrasing suggestions was proposed and the community voted against it. We also voted against allowing questions asking for help generating text (i.e., what to write about).
Oct
12
comment Amazon statistics, who is selling how much
Possibly a duplicate of, but definitely related to this: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/1483/…
Oct
12
comment Where can I find sales numbers for books?
Title Z is down, but perhaps there are other sites that track this data?
Oct
12
comment What is an alternative for “the size of a pack of cigarettes”?
I'm sorry, but this is off-topic here. Closing.
Oct
11
revised Characters referred to in some way other than numbers
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