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revised Is it always ok to use the verb “to say” after a question?
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comment What's a typical trilogy structure?
+1. You absolutely need to distinguish between "three books in one trilogy" and "one book in three volumes", as they have very different internal structures.
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revised What's the distinction between “vanity publishing” and “self publishing”?
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revised “All of a sudden…” ?
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answered What's the distinction between “vanity publishing” and “self publishing”?
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comment How to create space
@Carl, no combine away! Good writing is the art of getting your words to do more than one thing at once. If you can use a single sentence to create setting, plot, and character all at the same time, that's awesome.
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answered How to create space
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revised Which is a better composition?
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answered Which is a better composition?
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comment Which is a better composition?
This would be off-topic at English.SE.
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accepted Waiting for response to full MS
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comment Querying for a setting-heavy speculative fiction novel
@justkt, I hope so. While writers.se isn't great for critiquing stories, it seems like it'd be perfect for critiquing query letters.
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answered Querying for a setting-heavy speculative fiction novel
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comment First publication rights still available on this?
@Steven, you're correct so long as it was just a commercial printer, as seems to be the case. But there are some "printers" that are actually more like self-publishers and which might have encumbered the rights in some way.
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answered First publication rights still available on this?
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revised Is it easy to change genre?
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