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Francine DeGrood Taylor
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10 votes

How long can a fantasy novel stay in metaphorical Kansas?

9 votes

Is it alright to add scenes that don’t move the plot forwards much but develop relationships/character?

7 votes

Is it a good idea to leave minor world details to the reader's imagination?

6 votes

Resolving moral conflict

6 votes
Accepted

How do you make two characters fall in love?

5 votes

How to write a story without conflict, like "My Neighbour Totoro"?

4 votes

Arousing Emotion in Readers

4 votes

Strategies for returning to a piece of writing after a short break

4 votes

Writing a Satisfying Ending

3 votes

Is it Ok to make up places if I want the reader to think it’s set in the real world?

3 votes

How do I handle different PoVs, at different times and places, each dealing with the same event?

3 votes

What makes a character irredeemable?

2 votes

I have a name, and no plot

2 votes

Can a successful book series let the bad guy win?

2 votes

Writing a Likable Character Who is Mentally Unsound

2 votes

Is it "fair" to hide specific thoughts of a character?

1 vote

Do I need to change the title of my book because it is similar to the Transformers Universe?

1 vote

How can I showcase the dynamic relationship between two personalities?

1 vote

Early investment in a character who "learns better"

1 vote

How can a mass murderer portray remorse for an immoral act?

1 vote

I want to make two of my characters fall in love

0 votes

Writing Unequal Societies (Without Supporting Inequality)

-1 votes

People like my book, starting halfway through