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reviewed No Action Needed Killing the protagonist - should it be done?
Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed Killing the protagonist - should it be done?
Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed How to come up with the setting for the fiction novel?
Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed How to get permission for using software screenshots in book?
Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed Killing the protagonist - should it be done?
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reviewed No Action Needed Where can I find co-authors willing to share writing duties for a fiction novel?
Sep
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answered Is it bad to include subplots that don't push the story forward?
Sep
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answered Is it important to describe how the characters are dressed?
Sep
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revised How to write a prophecy?
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Sep
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answered How to deal with cliche dialogue?
Sep
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revised Cheapest way to self-bind a large book
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Sep
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comment Cheapest way to self-bind a large book
Yes, and while it may not answer the specific problem OP presented, it sure gives a good answer to future visitors about bookbinding options.
Sep
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answered Will using real-world cultural vocabulary in a fantasy setting disengage readers?
Sep
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comment Cheapest way to self-bind a large book
@Amuna: Yes. In such case comb binding is definitely preferable.
Sep
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comment Cheapest way to self-bind a large book
@Amuna: I never operated it personally but I used the service a couple times. My graduation thesis copy sits on my bookshelf proudly without a notch, but a Warhammer Fantasy Role Play handbook copy began coming apart after half a year of use in weekly RPG sessions (and another year later it was mostly a collection of loose sheets). If your book is to be, say, a fiction novel, it's sufficient. The durability is comparable to some of the cheapest paperbacks.
Sep
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revised Cheapest way to self-bind a large book
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Sep
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comment How can I capture the voice of an insane person?
In current form it's a very good question, though I think the answer that's realistic would be a downer. It's usually very hard to distinguish insane people from sane ones at a first glance; a person who didn't deal with them quite a bit may need weeks to discern the difference.
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answered Cheapest way to self-bind a large book
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comment Simple rules for separating paragraphs in books?
@Heart: I don't know about your paragraphs, but you are writing far too short sentences.
Aug
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answered How to write a polite quotation request email?