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Dec
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answered A cross-[What] kind of romance?
Nov
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revised Using dashes in writing dialogue
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Nov
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Nov
25
comment What exactly is wrong with 'It was a dark and stormy night'?
The "dark and stormy" sentence does a lot of telling while the Dickens' passage does more showing - always better to show, IMHO. Can't you picture fog drooping on gunwales of barges? Good stuff!
Nov
20
comment Striking the balance between dialogue and narrative
+1 for the assassination of the internal editor! :-D
Nov
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Nov
13
revised How to avoid repetitive sentence structure?
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Nov
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answered How to avoid repetitive sentence structure?
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Oct
29
comment How can I write anonymously (based on true experiences)?
KHill, couldn't you just write it as fiction (based on actual events)?
Oct
17
revised How to get over writer's block related to revising?
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Oct
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Oct
14
comment “I have/am” what are other short ways to not repeat this in a cover letter?
@Maddy, I though of leading with an action verb also but your answer went way beyond that with great advice!
Oct
10
revised Deciding the setting: real or invented?
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Oct
10
comment As a freelance writer, should I charge more for inconvenient time worked?
Sounds like something that should be in your contract regardings terms, deadlines, compensation, etc.
Oct
10
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