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answered What are the elements of a good blurb?
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comment Why Use Excessively Short Chapters?
Patterson's novels are about 70,000 words, which is a respectable length.
May
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answered The backstory's overwhelming the actual story
May
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answered Should word choice be varied or consistent?
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comment Are there words that are “stronger” than others? If so, why?
There is nothing passive about any of Alexandro's examples. And some of the examples of "passive voice" in your blog post are active voice.
May
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answered Are there words that are “stronger” than others? If so, why?
May
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answered Is there an objective way to determine that writing is “stilted and cluttered”?
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answered What defines a “scene”?
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answered Ethics of incorporating a supplier's technical documentation into one's own documentation?
Apr
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answered Is it OK for a first person narrator to directly state the other character's emotions?
Apr
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comment How political can an author's note be, would the following fly?
Yes, but only as an author's note in a novel. If it appeared instead in a context in which readers are looking for political opinions, it would fit right in. An impassioned political essay.
Apr
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answered How political can an author's note be, would the following fly?
Apr
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answered The extent of obscure references
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comment A grand scheme or destiny in literature
Fate. Prophesy. Destiny. Often there's a "battle between good and evil."
Apr
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answered Any helpful tips on how to, better use description in my writing?
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answered Why are the paragraphs of an document often indented and not vertically separated?
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revised Gracefully state novelty of a thesis in the introduction
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answered Gracefully state novelty of a thesis in the introduction