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Jul
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reviewed Approve A novel without verbs?
Jul
2
reviewed No Action Needed Is this title suitable for a chapter section?
Jul
2
reviewed Looks OK Is this title suitable for a chapter section?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
reviewed No Action Needed Is there such a thing as the “master copy” of a book?
Jul
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reviewed Close Using Genres and Tags in a writing website
Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed Using Genres and Tags in a writing website
Jun
29
comment Is this title suitable for a chapter section?
This. I love puns and inside jokes.
Jun
29
reviewed Leave Open Science and fantasy + arcanepunk
Jun
29
reviewed Reviewed Is there a canonical sample screen play for reference as a speculative script?
Jun
28
comment Copyrighted Names
No, @OneMonkey would have broken that limit long before now.
Jun
27
comment Copyrighted Names
Relevant, not quite a duplicate: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/291/…
Jun
27
awarded  Custodian
Jun
27
reviewed Leave Open Is it possible for an author's first book to be popular?
Jun
27
reviewed Reviewed Are there copyright issues with a novella title if it's a famous line?
Jun
27
reviewed No Action Needed What are the differences between narrative and descriptive writing?
Jun
27
comment Is there a quality difference in purchased hardcovers?
@NeilFein It is a valid question and I'm not saying it isn't. But in addition to that, I won't shop there because of their business polices. So even if it were from the same production run as the bookstore down the street and five bucks cheaper, I would still refuse to buy it from Walmart.
Jun
27
comment Tactician's Viewpoint and Contradictory Characterization
@lea You're the writer creating the character. The burden of proof is on you for everything, I'm afraid. :)
Jun
26
comment Is there a quality difference in purchased hardcovers?
That depends on your feelings about Walmart's business policies. :)
Jun
26
comment How to handle speech within speech?
@CLockeWork Using single quotes for dialogue or double seems to be a function of where you live. The U.S. uses double quotes (so single on the inside) and Brits do the opposite. They're both right as long as you're consistent.