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Lead Developer on Artful.ly from Fractured Atlas.

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Apr
7
comment What's the best practice for displaying a personal website url in a resume?
This is best. Put it at the end of your other contact into.
Mar
30
comment requesting a review/critique of an outro narrative
Who is speaking? No need for a big description, but age and natural parlance (skateboarder? cowboy? The Terminator?) would be good.
Mar
28
comment Put text between section and subsection headings?
+1 clarity is king
Mar
28
comment Submitting a novel for publication: do editors still expect Courier font?
@JSBangs printed novels are set in a variety of fonts. USually it'll tell you in the first few pages (with the library of congress info) or in the back
Mar
10
comment Hardware-based Word Processor
I had that Brother Word Processor too! After writing something, it was satisfying to click PRINT and hear it CLACK CLACK CLACK away for an hour.
Mar
8
comment Does giving away free stories boost sales?
In your scenario, what are the "losses" to be offset? Loss of possible sales from the freebie?
Mar
4
comment Dialog, just what's the best way to write it?
Yes, "There's also the style of placing the speaker above and centered" is proper screenplay formatting. Not for novels.
Mar
2
comment How can one effectively organize scenes and snippets?
+1 for a nerd answer with emacs
Feb
23
comment Which techniques can I use to become a better editor when editing my own writing?
Agreed. Rewriting has a bigger impact when I've been away from the material for at least a few weeks.
Feb
15
comment What are the tricks to avoid repetition in writing?
Great point: "Do not think that varying simple expressions makes a better writer." Clear sign of a less-experienced writer.
Feb
5
comment Does my first paragraph grab your attention?
Yeah, not bad. Keep it up.
Feb
5
comment Writing your last will and testament
Are you asking because you're actually preparing a will, or are you asking because you're writing a scene in which a will in central to the scene?