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Jan
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comment How could mankind reach a situation where spacetravel is easily accessable to many people but no one is interested in leaving the planet?
Hi, and welcome to Writers. This is probably better suited for Worldbuilding SE.
Jan
10
answered Where to draw the line between fantasy and reality in a story?
Jan
8
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Jan
8
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Jan
8
comment How to write a story that spans decades
@MasonWheeler "Good ol' King Vlad, he really made the trains run on time. So what if they ran on the blood of virgins? Kept the hoodlums off the streets."
Jan
8
comment Is there a way to add discovery into a short story?
A story without an infodump? Sounds refreshing to me.
Jan
8
comment How to write a story that spans decades
@AimanVargas If you're having a celebratory dinner, there will be a big speech where everyone is looking back on what's been accomplished. "In the last XX years, we've built hospitals, cleaned up the parks, legalized marriage equality, outlawed derivatives, welcomed Freedonia into our empire, and granted independence to the Republic of Latveria."
Jan
8
comment How to write a story that spans decades
@Mike.C.Ford look, in a story the size of ASOIAF, ya gotta put in the laffs where you can. :)
Jan
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answered How to write a story that spans decades
Jan
7
answered When should my amnesiac protagonist regain memory?
Jan
5
answered Can anyone think of books that contain two separate stories or two very different perspectives on the same story being told together?
Jan
5
answered How to give written advice in a way that is encouraging, not overbearing
Jan
5
answered Plural of the scholastic grade A
Jan
5
reviewed Approve Help describing dogs' physical appearance and movement
Jan
5
reviewed Approve Plural of single letter variables
Jan
5
reviewed Reject What's the best way to show a foreign language in a manuscript?
Jan
4
answered Help describing dogs' physical appearance and movement
Jan
4
comment How to determine if a story would benefit from multiple first-person POVs?
Related, but not a duplicate: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/8514/…
Jan
2
comment What is a “methodology” I can I use/follow to determine the ideal set of protagonists for my story?
But there are plenty of Five-Man Band stories (and various numbered versions) with multiple protagonists. WARNING: TV TROPES LINK: tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/FiveManBand
Jan
2
comment Plural of single letter variables
Anything but using the apostrophe-S to make a plural. I like @DaleHartleyEmery's rewriting the best, but your fourth and fifth examples work also.