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awarded  Civic Duty
Mar
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comment My story moves too fast
How many chapters like that do you have planned? If you've got 32 of those breakneck-speed chapters planned out, then your plans are probably too complicated. You wouldn't write a historical novel that covers 2000 BC to 2000 AD. (Unless you're James Michener!) Besides, you need to leave room for sequels.
Mar
20
answered Pieces missing from my narrative
Mar
20
comment Which one is the correct dialogue punctuation format?
Then there's this site: eng-lang.co.uk/ogs.htm As I said, be logical and consistent.
Mar
20
answered Which one is the correct dialogue punctuation format?
Mar
20
answered How much do you get for publishing an article in the newspaper?
Mar
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answered Name of a subsection and its parent section clash
Mar
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answered How to indicate that a single letter was removed from a quotation
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awarded  Organizer
Mar
3
reviewed Reopen Structuring a novel like a television or graphic novel series
Mar
3
reviewed Edit and Reopen Including a deceased person in a dedication
Mar
3
revised Including a deceased person in a dedication
Added text and changed title to make it more general-interest
Mar
3
reviewed No Action Needed How to write polite deadline email?
Mar
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reviewed Reviewed Are the tenses of the following piece correct?
Mar
3
comment Are the tenses of the following piece correct?
User has had almost a month to fix this mess. Delete it.
Mar
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revised How do I choose the most appropriate font for a professional document?
Changed title so it's a better question
Mar
3
reviewed Leave Open How do I choose the most appropriate font for a professional document?
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comment How do I choose the most appropriate font for a professional document?
Voting to leave open, but editing the title.
Mar
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reviewed Leave Open Formatting for fading between a radio broadcast and the protagonist
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reviewed Close Is the word “becoming” being used correctly in the following metaphor?