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Jan
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answered Will publishers accept bilingual or multilingual works?
Jul
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comment Is this stylized writing successful or gimmicky?
Raises hand as angsty teenager with deep thoughts and a broad vocabulary
Jun
26
answered Separate paragraphs without line breaks
Oct
14
comment Websites that offer book/movie/story analyses useful for writers?
Yeah, I thought of SparkNotes for specific literature. It's not really intended to teach people to write by example, but rather illuminate literary techniques used in specific lines/passages for the purpose of allowing a student to write an essay on those devices. My English class currently uses The Bedford Reader, (not a huge fan) which has essays by authors on how to write/storytell. I also know that's not a website which is why this isn't an answer.
Oct
14
answered “I have/am” what are other short ways to not repeat this in a cover letter?
Oct
14
answered Word Choice: When something negative happens that changes your perspective for the better
Sep
25
comment Could I reach the level of good writing style as non-native language speaker?
As a note on idioms, I know two non-native English speakers (Serbian + French) who are fluent in English and come up with much more interestingly turned phrases and idioms. So as a non-native English writer, I'm sure you'd come up with some very refreshing and non-cliché language.
Sep
23
answered Is it okay to call the reader's target audience stupid?
Jul
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Jul
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answered Should my story's main obstacle be secret or common knowledge to the society?
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Jul
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answered How do you determine if a plot device is too coincidental?
Jul
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answered Publishers favoring, or temporary initiatives tailored for, young authors