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revised How many commas is too many?
Improved the quoting, to turn it into an actual quote.
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comment Does a Haiku needs to have exactly 17 syllables?
Would that single word haiku have been "Supercalifra- / -gilisticexpiali- / -dociosity"?
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comment How do I better handle my nameless main character when trying to retain mystery?
I know what second-person narration is; it's just I thought the main character (as narrated) was definitely intended to be somebody who was not the reader, which would make the second person not make sense.
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comment How do I better handle my nameless main character when trying to retain mystery?
Ah, so the reader is the mystery character?
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comment Is there any standardized definition of a “Mary Sue”?
(^ Talk about black holes.)
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comment What are some examples of modern original plots?
I'd dispute Harry Potter, due to this.
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revised I'm getting tired of “he said” “she said” in dialogue; how do I get around it?
Fixed grammar.
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revised Should freelance writers keep their online business separate from offline?
Sentence case rather than title.
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comment Is there any standardized definition of a “Mary Sue”?
And I guess an obligatory "warning" that the above link is a TVTropes link that will immediately kill three hours of your time.
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comment Is there any standardized definition of a “Mary Sue”?
McCann's answer also focuses on "undue attention". It would seem that the "real" definition of Mary Sue is the Black Hole Sue.