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answered Choosing a word according to its length
Sep
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answered Is extraneous language appropriate in academic writing?
Sep
22
answered What are these extra phrases added to the beginning of sentences called?
Sep
21
reviewed Approve Overusing “the” and “I”
Sep
21
answered Ways to replace the phrase “after all?”
Sep
20
answered Software for developing and organizing characters
Sep
20
reviewed Reject How can one get better at copywriting?
Sep
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reviewed Reject Declaring short forms in an essay
Sep
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answered How to convey that the POV character *does not understand* what's said in dialogue?
Sep
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reviewed Approve Are there any cheap printing options for a small order?
Sep
13
comment Collaborating with Stephen King, but not the original
Pretty gutsy asking Stephen King to alter his byline ;-)
Sep
12
revised Collaborating with Stephen King, but not the original
added 66 characters in body
Sep
12
answered Collaborating with Stephen King, but not the original
Sep
12
comment Is it permissible to write a short story with little or no dialogue?
Absolutely not common, but possible. Ursula K. LeGuin's much-anthologized "The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas" has essentially no dialogue.
Sep
12
answered Pulling an idea through in spite of the need to correct details
Sep
11
comment How do I add more imagery to this short paragraph?
I don't see any imagery at all.
Sep
10
answered Blog Contributions Copyright
Sep
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answered How do I add more imagery to this short paragraph?
Sep
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comment Ways to refers to two people who were about to marry or just married
I suppose I could make up a word: Nearlyweds.
Sep
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answered Ways to refers to two people who were about to marry or just married