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"Creative writing" is a vague term, but generally means fiction, or writing that's not non-fiction, technical, or business writing. This tag should be used when asking questions that apply to multiple categories of creative writing, such as when asking questions that could apply to fiction or poetry alike.

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Playing table-top role-playing games is great way to work out those creativity muscles If you're not familiar with role-playing games, have a look here. I really recommend this hobby as a way to enha …
answered Feb 24 '11 by Ido Tamir
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Once in a while I get really emotional when writing. Writing about love, jealousy or even thinking about a simple scene in which a father plays with his child can get some strong emotional responses …
asked Mar 3 '11 by Ido Tamir
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I'm not a native English speaker, but I write in English. I'm now visiting the US, and I have made some very interesting observation regarding the way ordinary life goes on here. It made me think of …
asked Mar 28 '11 by Ido Tamir
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I think the best answer is something called Suspension of Disbelief. When your readers go through your book, especially if it’s a fantasy/sci-fi book, they know that the world you describe is not rea …
answered Mar 7 '11 by Ido Tamir