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I write fantasy, science fiction, and mystery stories.

See my dalewriting and dalefiction blogs.


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answered Mixing dialogue and action tags
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comment Are collection of short stories more likely to sell than single short stories?
It helps if the stories in the collection are selected so that a reader who enjoys one has a good chance of enjoying the others. It's probably better if they are all in the same genre. Bundling mystery, fantasy, erotica, and YA in the same collection would probably not work out.
Oct
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comment Are collection of short stories more likely to sell than single short stories?
Maybe a single post, explaining how to buy either the individual stories or the collection. Also, I suspect that you don't have enough stories to overwhelm anybody (yet ;-).
Oct
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Can a mock-magazine with fictitious content count legally as fan fiction?
Oct
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Can a mock-magazine with fictitious content count legally as fan fiction?
Oct
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answered Are collection of short stories more likely to sell than single short stories?
Oct
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answered Writing Multiple Novels Simultaneously
Oct
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awarded  Enlightened
Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are good guidelines to follow when writing app reviews?
Oct
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answered Is there enough money in writing for me to quit my dead end job?
Oct
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answered Pricing your Kindle ebooks at Amazon
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answered Writing a punchy paragraph opening / beginning
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awarded  fiction
Sep
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answered Antagonist motivation help
Sep
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answered Choosing a word according to its length
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answered Is extraneous language appropriate in academic writing?
Sep
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answered What are these extra phrases added to the beginning of sentences called?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Overusing “the” and “I”