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Jul
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comment Legalities about fictionalizing current events
Not a duplicate, but some of these answers may be useful: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/2555/… and writers.stackexchange.com/questions/5808/…
Jul
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reviewed Reject At what point can a story be considered “erotic”?
Jul
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comment When to use semicolons and when to use em dashes?
Jay and @PaulA.Clayton We've discussed Dashes vs. commas vs. parentheses: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/1409/…
Jul
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comment When to use semicolons and when to use em dashes?
@PaulA.Clayton I was debating whether to say "independent clause" (vs. "dependent clause,") but I also know that the OP's first language is not English, so I was trying to keep it straightforward.
Jul
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comment First person pov with more than one main chars
@Psicofrenia It was just "Bruno" and "Melusine." Ooh, and I even found the book for you: Roberta Gellis's Fires of Winter. amazon.com/Winter-Casablanca-Classics-Roberta-Gellis/dp/…
Jul
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answered When to use semicolons and when to use em dashes?
Jul
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answered At what point can a story be considered “erotic”?
Jul
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answered First person pov with more than one main chars
Jul
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reviewed Reject How do you avoid purple prose?
Jul
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comment I want to write a Choose Your Own Adventure styled e-book, what's a good approach?
My guess would be to use Adobe InDesign, although that's expensive for someone who's not in graphic design. I might suggest asking this question on Graphic Design SE, since they've have a better feel for what programs will allow the dynamic link updating. I think InDesign can be tweaked to update dynamically, but Scott and Alan Gilbertson on GDSE will know for sure.
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reviewed No Action Needed Good Outlining Solutions For OSX?
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reviewed No Action Needed Resources on Minimalist Style of Creative Writing
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reviewed No Action Needed Citing lecture notes
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reviewed No Action Needed Techniques for creating variety in prose
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reviewed No Action Needed Where to find editors to hire for tech blog?
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reviewed Looks OK Other options for “had had”?
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reviewed Approve Are agents too busy for new clients? What should I do next?
Jul
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answered How can I dig conflict out of an optimistic SF-nal premise?
Jul
22
comment Is it necessary to make clear “when” an event occur in a flashback?
Well, you might be able to do it with paragraphs, but honestly, it's the kind of thing I usually find has to be considered in the context of the whole story. Saying "later that afternoon" is fine if you know what day it is, but I've worked on books where I've gone four chapters without being able to figure out what month I'm in, so "that afternoon" is insufficient. I can't tell you whether your question is too large for this site.