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Oct
17
comment Is being paid by the word/page making American books longer?
Well, Charles Dickens was... Which is why his works are "As the scrawny boy with a marvelous black hat with a small dog sitting on top of it ran slyly past the overweight men, an unexpected and curious thing happened: the master of the orphanage peered at his toiling boys and exclaimed pompously, "No work today!"". :) (Disclaimer: He didn't actually write that.)
Mar
21
comment Are complex sentences uncommon or unwanted in English?
Go long sentences! Short is bad! I like long sentences!
Jan
3
comment Examples for books that don't use (traditional) chapters?
@Strix Just google "what does h2g2 stand for" and look at the second link.
Dec
31
comment What is the difference between writing in the first and the third person?
In First-Person, the main character can die early, if they're a necromancer, or just one of those legendary heroes who die, and come back to life because they're destined for something important, or something. If you're making some magic/etc kind of story, then it's "possible".
Dec
25
comment Publishing and selling ebooks
+1 Let the publishers do the publishin', and the writers do the writin'.
Dec
24
comment Examples for books that don't use (traditional) chapters?
H2G2 Book 3 (Life, Universe, and Everything) by Douglas Adams has some chapters that are only a few sentences long.