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Mar
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revised Should you read your own genre?
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Mar
23
answered Should you read your own genre?
Mar
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comment What is a good methodology for researching a historical novel?
@Panda: I tried to tell you, that there is no answer. If you want to visit these locations, do it. Look at them, describe them. If you do not want (e.g. you hate travelling), don't do it. You already have an approach that works, even if you think it is totally arbitrary. Do you have a picture/vision of the scenario/world you want to write in? I bet you have. If you really need a methodology (I normally run, when I see one), then take your approach and make one out of it. Yes, it's good enough. Trust yourself.
Mar
22
revised Help! I've got Writer's Block
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Mar
22
answered What is a good methodology for researching a historical novel?
Mar
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revised Is there a legitimate step by step guide to getting your book published?
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revised Help! I've got Writer's Block
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Mar
20
revised Are there any techniques to arrange or list ideas from a short text?
Couldn't resist
Mar
18
comment What are the key skills for a new technical writer?
To all fiction writers reading this post: Your writing does not need to be perfect either! (Even if you are going for the Pulitzer.) Never let perfect be the enemy of the good. (Ted Kennedy IIRC)
Mar
18
answered Is the idea of single-sourced documentation dead?
Mar
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comment How to achieve a dark and nostalgic feeling/setting in a novel?
You do not want to scare the reader? Stop writing, now!
Mar
16
comment Is it a good idea to write a summary of a plot before writing the full version?
======Yes======
Mar
15
comment Asking for exam results
I wouldn't leave off "dear" and "sincerely". Not if I write to people I barely know.
Mar
15
comment Pros ans cons of writing a plot based on the present and past tense (character's point of view)?
These have to be on the top of the post, not at the end, when you are already through the article ;)
Mar
15
comment Pros ans cons of writing a plot based on the present and past tense (character's point of view)?
Too long; just upvote. No, really, don't you think it is a little bit long?
Mar
15
answered Pros ans cons of writing a plot based on the present and past tense (character's point of view)?
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revised Pros ans cons of writing a plot based on the present and past tense (character's point of view)?
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15
answered Sample Metaphor for Cycling
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reviewed Approve Asking for exam results
Mar
15
revised What's the indent rule of poetry?
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