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comment What are good reads about writing?
Good luck, Don Quixote. No perfect book exists. You'll find only "good enough" and such is the "industry standard", books aren't written by robots for robots but by people for people and no matter how dry and professional the subject it's impossible to wring a text entirely dry of all informality and subjectiveness like you'd want it.
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answered Is the following analogy effective and clear?
Jul
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comment I want to write a Choose Your Own Adventure styled e-book, what's a good approach?
I'm currently (stuck) in process of developing such book - I'd be very interested in your software!
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reviewed Reviewed Other options for “had had”?
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reviewed No Action Needed I want to write a Choose Your Own Adventure styled e-book, what's a good approach?
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reviewed Looks Good How to better describe “jet-black (pitch-black) darkness”?
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reviewed Looks Good Where to find editors to hire for tech blog?
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reviewed Looks Good How can I manage screen shots and other graphics for maintenance?
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reviewed Looks Good A rhyming dictionary worth bookmarking online or purchasing?
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reviewed Leave Open What language style should I use for a tech blog?
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reviewed Leave Open Are the web audience who love microblogging and the book audience who love long stories different?
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reviewed Close How to maintain an unchanging tone to the narrative while writing collaborative fiction?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What are some examples of modern original plots?
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answered What steps can be taken to avoid libel / copyright issues in social commentary?
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comment Publishing price comparisons. Is it allowed?
@LaurenIpsum: Online stores - sure, they would be willing to pay to get listed. Physical stores - the rules against taking photos or making notes are specifically so that you couldn't go around the town and pick the cheapest, just pick from their offer.