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Fiction is a form of prose writing that deals with at least partly artificial or imagined events and characters. This tag should be used for any questions relating to fiction, including fiction formatting, techniques and publishing.

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In a magical setting you can never prove that an evil spirit is not real. Even if you have a "voice of absolute truth" character state that he is not, the audience is most likely not going to believe …
answered Jan 3 by Andrey
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The best way to show a character is to get in their head. If your writing style permits it you can let us know what they are thinking. What qualities do they consider virtues? what qualities are flaws …
answered Dec 20 '17 by Andrey
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Human learning is like a mobile (the baby toy) We start with our core ideas of knowledge, and then hang new ideas from them. These new ideas then give us spots to attach even more new ideas. It's kin …
answered May 17 by Andrey
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You can't write something that actually speaks more intelligent than you, but you have two advantages. The first is you can take an hour to come up with each line, while the AI belts them off one by o …
answered Apr 3 '18 by Andrey
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If you are looking for some sort of lowest common denominator, Kindle may be a good platform to target. Kindle has 2 concepts. Chapters, and *** breaks. You could in theory use blank lines on Kindle …
answered Jan 2 by Andrey
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To start I will say I find it creditably difficult to write any character that is not my race, gender, age, or religious belief. Any negative trait that the character possess always feels like me maki …
answered Feb 6 by Andrey
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This answer is from the point of view of someone who hears Russians speak English poorly all the time. In my experience English learners suffer from an uncanny valley of language difference. If wor …
answered Oct 5 '18 by Andrey
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Lucky for you I just wrote a book in present tense and know exactly what you mean. Your have to understand preset perfect and present imperfect. Take the two sentences. "John walks his dog" imperfect …
answered Mar 26 '18 by Andrey