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reviewed No Action Needed Real World Languages in Fantasy World
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reviewed No Action Needed Quote a sentence with references
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reviewed Reviewed What is the “three-asterisk-break” section called?
Sep
28
revised Many quotations of a black British novel which used creolized English language. When to use sic?
added 256 characters in body
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answered Many quotations of a black British novel which used creolized English language. When to use sic?
Sep
27
reviewed No Action Needed Should the opening of a short story mirror the ending?
Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed What's a good custom language translator?
Sep
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reviewed Reviewed How can i learn the name of a colour to use in a description?
Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed Cheapest way to self-bind a large book
Sep
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reviewed Reviewed Is it legal to share an index you made from someone else's book?
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reviewed No Action Needed Does self publishing via Amazon or similar services make your book ineligible for later acceptance by a publisher?
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reviewed No Action Needed Example of a fictional story without any characters (the story being 1000+ words)
Sep
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reviewed Reviewed Example of a fictional story without any characters (the story being 1000+ words)
Sep
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reviewed Leave Open Is CreateSpace 100% free for self-publishing?
Sep
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answered Writing an Ending: how to prune away the Wrong ones?
Sep
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revised Should dull dialogue be removed completely?
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Sep
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comment How do you know when there's something missing in your story?
@AlexandroChen: Yes, "Close all threads" is a rule and like all rules, can be broken. But like with all breaking of rules: you must do it on purpose, for specific effect - open-ended thread, lingering feelings, allowing imagination wander and so on. If you don't close a thread out of laziness or because you forgot about it, that's a "bad violation".
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answered How do you know when there's something missing in your story?