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Dec
25
comment A cross-[What] kind of romance?
I have a hunch the exact word you're looking for may not exist, being rather...*limited*...in its usage. You might just have to originate a term yourself.
Dec
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revised A cross-[What] kind of romance?
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Dec
24
comment A cross-[What] kind of romance?
You know, it's funny you ask this question. I'm writing a story with the same premise-- a human falls in love with a holographic AI. Great minds...
Dec
24
revised A cross-[What] kind of romance?
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Dec
24
answered A cross-[What] kind of romance?
Dec
24
revised Various flavors for the action “irritate someone”?
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Dec
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
23
revised Learning storywriting for videogames - where to start?
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Dec
22
comment Balancing loads of equally-important characters
Ah, but if the other characters are boring, I skip them.
Dec
22
revised Balancing loads of equally-important characters
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Dec
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revised Balancing loads of equally-important characters
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Dec
14
comment Is it really so “impossible” to get published by a traditional publisher?
You ran out of votes??? What have you been doing??
Dec
11
comment Critique My Poem Please!
I like "stupid rocks."
Dec
11
comment Converting Word pages to book pages, for novels?
Oh good god I haven't really written 400 pages. It was just a number. I wish I had that kind of time.
Dec
11
asked Converting Word pages to book pages, for novels?
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Nov
26
comment Effective ways to enrich your active vocabulary?
Seems obvious enough. I like it.
Nov
26
accepted Effective ways to enrich your active vocabulary?
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24
revised Effective ways to enrich your active vocabulary?
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Nov
24
comment Effective ways to enrich your active vocabulary?
But @SF, I'm talking about "fuchsia" type circumstances. Not "pulchritudinous" type circumstances. Which is what I've been trying to explain to you all along. So I agree completely with that comment.