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reviewed Reviewed Am I making the writing too complex?
Feb
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the number above rrd-h on copywrite page
Feb
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reviewed Reviewed Skipping the action scene
Feb
26
reviewed Close Is the word “becoming” being used correctly in the following metaphor?
Feb
26
reviewed Leave Open How do I choose the most appropriate font for a professional document?
Feb
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comment How do I choose the most appropriate font for a professional document?
I'm voting to leave this question open - despite being bas but the wrong premise, it got the right answers: not which font to use, but how to approach choosing the right font.
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open Books on writing successful non-fiction
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open What “kind” of writing is The Fixation of Belief essay by Charles Sanders Pierce?
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open At what point in editing / revising does one poem become another poem?
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open Any advice on how to learn DITA for technical writing?
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open Formatting for fading between a radio broadcast and the protagonist
Feb
25
comment How can I structure a novel to contain short stories?
You might look into the ancient classic, One thousand and One nights, where Scheherazade is the brilliant storyteller narrating the thousand stories to her husband.
Feb
25
comment Should I drop the quotation marks in a chapter that consists mostly on a character telling a story?
You did correct by surrounding these in chapter breaks. A chapter break or a section break is where you can harmlessly shift perspective and for example descend into a speech narrated by the character as first-person narration without these quotes. Otherwise, you're bound to the original perspective and so quotation marks are mandatory.
Feb
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answered How ordinary must my protagonist be if the book is written from his/her point of view?
Feb
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answered Ending a PhD thesis by saying “there is more to do”
Feb
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comment Creative writing exercises for engineers
@what: Yes. A specific mindset, where precision of everything is strict to a tolerance. Where others asked "how long" will say "can't really tell", an engineer will give you a nice time bracket of between five milliseconds and seventy years with 95% certainty :)
Feb
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comment Creative writing exercises for engineers
@MassimoOrtolano: Not at all. Creative writing is two parts: good idea and good presentation. Engineers are absolutely required to be good at the first part - design, solve problems, create. They also suck at the second part, which is often a significant weakness, as they frequently need to "sell" their ideas - provide arguments in attractive form. So part 1 is a necessity, part 2 a very welcome extra; creative writing for engineers is a valuable skill which can and should be trained.
Feb
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answered How do sci-fi stories hold up if their premise or details become discredited?
Feb
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answered How to copyright ideas?
Feb
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comment Can a Town/City Sue an Author for a Bad Portrayal in Fiction?
Anyone can sue anyone for anything. Now, whether the case would stand in court... Probably if you name some authority figures, portraying them as completely different than real ones, you're safe.