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asked How long should it take to write 100k words?
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answered How much leeway can be expected from an editor regarding my preference for nonstandard punctuation?
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comment How much leeway can be expected from an editor regarding my preference for nonstandard punctuation?
@Nick - I don't agree with everything you're saying, but there is more good in your answer than bad.
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comment How much leeway can be expected from an editor regarding my preference for nonstandard punctuation?
@Nick, it's probably for sarcasm. It doesn't translate well in this format. I didn't downvote it though because he as a point.
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comment What is a “Gather” service for?
Looks like a lot of work for less than US minimum wage.
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comment How do you vary dialogue within stories?
@ash - Great link. I almost ejaculated with laughter.
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answered How to overcome the fact that I can't write?
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comment How to make travel scenes interesting without adding needless plot diversions?
@foggyone, yes you nailed it. It's reflection rather than rehashing. In the midst of an action scene there is little time to expose the inner workings of a character past the traditional one liners. In a casual setting, a campfire, the author is free to use extended dialog to build the relationship and intimacy between the characters as they move the plot forward through foreshadowing.