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Feb
22
answered Difference between an 'Abstract' and an 'Introduction' in a feature article?
Feb
20
reviewed Approve Attributing Quote to Fictional Characters (Who are based on real people)
Feb
18
comment Outlining Structures for Romance Novels
@what What you suggest is a process for any novel. "Outline process for heroic fantasy novel" sounds like "plotting tool" to me.
Feb
18
comment Outlining Structures for Romance Novels
@JohnSmithers Poof! It's a comment. I traveled back in time to October and posted it above. :P
Feb
18
awarded  Revival
Feb
18
comment Outlining Structures for Romance Novels
@what Maybe the OP meant the Hero's Journey?
Feb
18
answered Outlining Structures for Romance Novels
Feb
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
14
comment Alternative to mindmap software
@cherhan I'm sorry, I don't understand what you're asking. I am suggesting that you try a particular piece of software; I don't have any books to recommend. If you need help structuring your ideas into a plot, that's a different question. Search the site or post a new question for the community.
Feb
14
comment Alternative to mindmap software
@JohnSmithers It's rubbish for grocery lists. :)
Feb
14
answered Alternative to mindmap software
Feb
12
revised Using “he/she” instead of “it” for animals
added 6 characters in body
Feb
12
comment Using “he/she” instead of “it” for animals
@Jay The cat rules have to do with genetics. Color is carried on the X gene, so 99% of cats with two colors in their coats are females (there are a few XXYs, and Japanese Mi-ke bobtail cats are an exception). The gene for "orange tabby" is on the Y, so those are similarly 99% male. But you'd have to know a little about cat genetics to make those assumptions.
Feb
12
answered Using “he/she” instead of “it” for animals
Feb
11
comment Should I translate foreign names of companies, organisations, political parties etc?
What's the context? What are you translating the names for, and who is the audience?
Feb
11
answered Differences between script and screenplay
Feb
11
answered Capitalization of personal event names
Feb
9
comment Is my writing 'disjointed', and if so how can I fix it?
@Krystal An up arrow means you like the post and agree with its content, and the poster gets increased reputation points. A down arrow means you think it's a poor answer. If you downvote someone, you get two points knocked off your own rep, so don't be careless about it.
Feb
8
comment Is my writing 'disjointed', and if so how can I fix it?
@Krystal I was not aware of that definition, but you're apparently right. You learn something new every day. :) If you're happy with my answer, please click on the checkmark to accept it. (That's the way Stack Exchange works.)
Feb
8
answered How can I get rid of the “things” in the following passage?