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Should Greek or Norse mythology be used?

It ultimately depends on your personal preference. There is a wealth of lore from both Norse and Greek mythologies. I'd recommend you do some research on your own to determine which best fits your ...
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Should I use 1st-person or 3rd-person perspective for an alien character alone in a post-apocalyptic world?

Have you considered the third person limited perspective? That's the perspective in which the narrator sits in the protagonist's head as a passenger and shows us everything through the protagonist's ...
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Should I use 1st-person or 3rd-person perspective for an alien character alone in a post-apocalyptic world?

In first person narrative the reader encounters a person. First person narrative is more directly emotional more conversational more subjective less reliable Here is the beginning of Andy Weir's The ...
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Is the forbidden love story of an elf and prince overused?

Stories about love between men or women and fairies are as old as the belief in the latter. There are countless folk tales, traditional ballads, and medieval chivalric romances that recount such ...
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