Edmund Frost
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How do discovery writers hibernate?
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You have finished most of your novella, but need two more chapters If you are struggling when you are about to end the book, you should give yourself a pat on the back, and also give yourself more ...

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How to write a good cover letter?
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It depends on the professor’s subject, show the professor how reliable you are for the internship - in your letter, be precise and relevant. To your own accedmics and activities, they might prove you ...

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Can I change scene and characters in the next chapter?
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Yes, you can change the character and setting on a different chapter J.K Rowling changed her narratives in the beginning of 'The Goblet Of Fire' and frequently in ,Order Of The Phoenix'. Describe ...

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Too Many Goals?
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He sounds like a social character who has got all the attention a teenager (I'm not assuming he is one) could want - it’s good if he has some goals but too many would get tedious - what is the most ...

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How to fill in the outline for "book 2" of my series?
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For a start, putting effort into story structure is good enough if you know it’s right. If you have writer’s block you should try either reading or taking a break, because either way writer’s block ...

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How do I reconcile the difficulties of writing a roman à clef?
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Are you more concerned about whether or not you’re novel will anger real-life people (I.e the government & the Royal family) or if your publishers won’t agree with it? Because I think that the ...

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What are the advantages of publishing an RFC
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You will benefit from your article, by providing information and statistics to others who will come across your document; they’ll depend on the numbers and evidence of your article as some readers ...

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Having an acronym for a villainous organization
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I think what your asking is because you have mentioned many novels and movies If you’re worried if the name NOVA will be a cliche for being a common name . As long as you state their goal and ...

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I'm having an issue committing to my novels
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I think that if you want to write more, getting back on those meds will be easier; I found these tips for when your on Adderall: Eat essential amino acids, glycemic carbohydrates and healthy fats ...

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Would employing the use of philosophical ideas in fiction without citing the sources be considered plagiarism?
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It's fine as long as you're acknowledging the philosopher (clearly or not). But if you don't want to add the quotation details (such as the originators) to too many other quotes, you could always make ...

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How to find different ways to express things that happen to the reader?
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Anything can happen, avoid telling the reader how they should feel directly. But if you think of something dramatic, extreme or awesome think about what characters may usually forget when they're in a ...

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How do I change my cursor size in scrivener?
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Start >>Control Panel Accessibility Options >> Display (tab). Under "Cursor Options", move the "Width" slider all the way to the left (narrow) and click APPLY. For further information, you ...

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Advice on portraying my protagonist's anger without making her insufferable
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I suggest a popular literary technique called 'indirect characterisation' If your writing in first person; write about her thoughts and reasons and actions. If she is approached by someone who speaks ...

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Writing technique resources
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As a habit I read some educational General Literature and Factual/Referance on Google Books (previews are free) booksgoogle.com www.writersdigest.com

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Can you make multiple prologues in one book?
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Multiple prologues I suggest are more acceptable if they each have at best two paragraphs each because characters need to process every detail, besides readers may remember actions more clearly than ...

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How many characters can I introduce in the first chapter before the reader gets overwhelmed?
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You involve up to five to eight characters in the beginning and add more in later chapters to which it's most preferable when their roles are smaller. Depending on the size of the story, remind the ...

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