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accepted In a screenplay, how do you show people talking over each other?
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asked In a screenplay, how do you show people talking over each other?
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comment Synonym for 'overly obvious'?
This sounds like peeving in the form of a question, which is likely to be closed on EL&U.SE as well.
Jun
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comment Non-human protagonist - Good, bad, or up to the writing?
I think a discussion of books like Watership Down or Animal Farm would be germane here.
Jun
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comment Non-human protagonist - Good, bad, or up to the writing?
@dbliss: Well, the character of Gregor Samsa is a human who has been transformed. Not quite the same thing.
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comment Good way to create character names?
The problem is, names don't fit settings. Names acquire associations with settings. In the final analysis, names don't really matter. My advice: pick a name at random and write with it until you think of a better one. Then search and replace.
Jun
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answered What can I do to make my writing fit the 1950s?
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comment What does being “heavy handed” mean? And how does one avoid it?
@AE: I'm still laughing. Thanks for that.
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revised Best e-book formatting process?
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answered Is the word “becoming” being used correctly in the following metaphor?
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answered How can I weave variety in this passage?
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revised Why is “It was a dark and stormy night..” not a good opening?
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comment Improving my English
The grammar checker in MS Word is execrable. I wouldn't steer anyone to it.
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awarded  Yearling
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answered Is it legal to name a character in a story after a disguised trademark?
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answered “Variation” and “symmetry” in a sentence