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answered Creative writing exercises for engineers
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comment What concrete steps do you take to write for a specific reading level?
I wouldn't depend on it alone, but MS Word can calculate the reading level of a document
Jan
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comment How do you casually address a child in the Midwestern dialect?
Seems to me this question would be more appropriate for English Language & Usage
Nov
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accepted How do I evaluate an unwritten plot/story?
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comment How do I evaluate an unwritten plot/story?
Thanks for the tip. I just joined Scribophile this month but I haven't posted anything for critique yet.
Nov
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asked How do I evaluate an unwritten plot/story?
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comment How do I write a synopsis?
a bit late to the party: a TV guide summarized an airing with "creatures must work together to destroy a ring and defeat a lord"
Aug
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comment Is muteness appearing without explicit reason acceptable?
@Shkeil I suggest rephrasing it in a way that focuses on whether the situation would be believable/acceptable to the readers, or whether they would likely be confused and expect a medical explanation.
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comment Roadblocks in my story: The Gladys Tribe
It's an interesting premise, but what you have here is mostly worldbuilding questions that don't necessarily pertain to creative writing. I'd suggest posing questions 1, 2, 3, and 5 to a community like reddit.com/r/worldbuilding or an RPG forum.
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comment Should a long flashback be written in first or third person?
Thanks, I will try that. I'm leaning towards keeping the third-person narrative too.
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accepted Should a long flashback be written in first or third person?
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asked Should a long flashback be written in first or third person?
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comment Not knowing a character's name. Would this be frustrating for the reader?
It has certainly been done with some success. Fight Club, for instance.