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Writing multiple main characters, who end up being the same person at the end. Need advice

The mechanics of how to do this are relatively straightforward. Your characters can have slightly different names: Bill Billy Will William Some of them might not have names: the toddler the little ...
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Does the author change if rights are completely transferred?

I feel this is the best way to work with the publisher No, this is the best way to stop working with the publisher. If you want to get rid of your manuscript and never touch it again and never see it ...
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Does the author change if rights are completely transferred?

Typically, in a standard publishing contract, even if the publisher has substantial creative control, it's still customary for the authors name to remain on the work. It's important to carefully ...
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Can I just change the whole subplot for a new character?

You say rated E, but who is your target audience? Many books for adults are rated E, simply because there is no sex or violence in them, and yet children aren't interested in them and wouldn't ...
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Can I just change the whole subplot for a new character?

I think you are answering your own question when you ask 'Should I go with it or think of a different plot that fits the story better?' I conclude that you feel what you are writing doesn't fit the ...
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