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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted How to make out that my work doesn't require any more editing?
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comment How to make out that my work doesn't require any more editing?
Well, true, but an answer to any of the two situations will answer my question. Thank you.
May
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asked How to make out that my work doesn't require any more editing?
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awarded  Editor
Jan
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revised Using poetry in novels a good option?
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Dec
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comment Using poetry in novels a good option?
My point to ask was not to put poetry in between scenes, I would rather not. But to introduce or end a scene on a poetry. Thank you.
Dec
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awarded  Supporter
Dec
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accepted Using poetry in novels a good option?
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comment Using poetry in novels a good option?
What if I build up a scene and then to inhance the effect I use a poetry?
Dec
31
asked Using poetry in novels a good option?
Dec
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comment Is writing a light read or “chick lit” a good option for an aspiring literary fiction author?
Thank you very much. I'm very clear in my thoughts. I asked this question on behalf of my friend who is a writer too. He has some serious issues with Light Reads, he fears, if he writes one, his genre will be fixed. His readers will be looking up to him as a Light read or "chick lit" writer.
Dec
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asked Is writing a light read or “chick lit” a good option for an aspiring literary fiction author?
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awarded  Scholar
Dec
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accepted How to explain a war scene?
Dec
30
comment How to explain a war scene?
With "the blow on the king" I mean, the king will die too along with his men on the battle field. When they would head for the war, they all will be aware that there is no return. Before the war, the king will ask his men, "Once we go out on the battle field, there will be no return, so stay only those who want to die along with me." All his men will stay back.
Dec
29
comment How to explain a war scene?
Thank you. It's very helpful. In the scene, the king itself is on the battle ground and is fighting along with his men for he has a small army, and the opponent is very strong. He will see his men dying. I will use your suggestion and use less descriptions about it. But the feeling I need to portray here is that they are happy and proud to die for the prosperous kingdom and generous king. And I will explain the blow on the king extendly to bring out the actual affect of the war. I would appreciate any suggestions on it.
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awarded  Student
Dec
29
asked How to explain a war scene?