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Jul
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comment How do I better handle my nameless main character when trying to retain mystery?
One way to (possibly) inject a sense of mystery and an air of "I am private in nature" in a first-person POV would be for each person to refer to the character by a different name.
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Apr
11
comment What's a clear way to simulate web text in a story?
It depends on what effect you're going for, it'd certainly be a stylistic clue to "short communication, without due care and attention".
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Feb
24
answered What's the best way to show a foreign language in a manuscript?
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Feb
18
answered How do evil protagonists win the reader over in dark fantasy stories?
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Jan
21
revised What's Essential In A Combat Scene?
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Jan
20
comment Fan Fiction: a crutch or a good start?
I'd probably say "original" instead of "real", but, yeah.
Jan
20
answered What's Essential In A Combat Scene?
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answered Correct spelling errors while writing or after you've finished?
Dec
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comment Can I self-publish, and how much would it cost?
@QuickerSnarkerBacker From what I understand, "not much". Their primary selling-market is the authors who they vanity-publish, to whom they will sell copies they can then give or sell on. There may be books printed and ware-housed, but in general vanity publishing is more full of "don't go there" than not.
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answered Is there any hope of a fictional short story being published?
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accepted How to figure out if an agent is “on the straight” or “shady”?
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