• Best source for buying fiction novels?

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  • What is the name of your favorite book?

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  • How much of Amityville Horror is true?

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  • Would my teacher disapprove if I put kissing in my narrative story?

    Best answer: kissing is perfectly okay, just don't go in graphic detail of how the kiss is being preformed. just note that they kiss and move on
    Best answer: kissing is perfectly okay, just don't go in graphic detail of how the kiss is being preformed. just note that they kiss and move on
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • I need names for when someone can't do magik?

    So I'm writing a book, in the book, pretty much everyone has the ability to do some sort of magik, like that's totally normal. But there are some people born without the ability. They specifically cannot learn magik, of any kind. I need a couple of different names for these Linds of people, not like people... show more
    So I'm writing a book, in the book, pretty much everyone has the ability to do some sort of magik, like that's totally normal. But there are some people born without the ability. They specifically cannot learn magik, of any kind. I need a couple of different names for these Linds of people, not like people names, but like I don't want to call the entire non-ability something with negative connotations. Any ideas will help thanks everyone. :)
    9 answers · 24 hours ago
  • What writing program are you using to write your novel, how long is your current project?

    Best answer: There is no particular reason to use word pad for writing longer texts in. For one thing, word has spell checking, and better formatting. Both store their files on the hard disk, or whatever external media you choose or have available. Better you spend your time learning to use Word correctly than waste it copy... show more
    Best answer: There is no particular reason to use word pad for writing longer texts in. For one thing, word has spell checking, and better formatting. Both store their files on the hard disk, or whatever external media you choose or have available. Better you spend your time learning to use Word correctly than waste it copy pasting and reformatting and re-spellchecking everything unnecessarily. You can store your work on a thumb-drive and pull the file up from it,to work on it,if that is an issue for your folks.
    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can you use big/archaic words in young adult fiction?

    My sister made a point to me that my young adult novel might have too many big words in it for young adults. Also, since it is in the middle ages, I use some words that are no longer used today. What sort of words are too big for a young adult novel? I personally feel it is in an easy to understand and young voice,... show more
    My sister made a point to me that my young adult novel might have too many big words in it for young adults. Also, since it is in the middle ages, I use some words that are no longer used today. What sort of words are too big for a young adult novel? I personally feel it is in an easy to understand and young voice, but sometimes they may come across a word they haven't seen and would need to google, although context clues would aid them in knowing what it meant.
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Narrative writing?

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  • Can you publish a 25,000 word story?

    I just finished the rough draft of my story. Word count is 25,000 and change. I know stories/books need to be a certain length to get published but don't know what that is. I'm going for young adult readers, high school and up, and it's fantasy genera. I want to try getting it published in both digital... show more
    I just finished the rough draft of my story. Word count is 25,000 and change. I know stories/books need to be a certain length to get published but don't know what that is. I'm going for young adult readers, high school and up, and it's fantasy genera. I want to try getting it published in both digital and physical format. I was thinking of going through Barnes& Noble to getting it published but I'm not against sending it to a publisher, I just don't know if the story needs to be longer or not.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Power ideas?

    i need ideas for unique powers :D
    i need ideas for unique powers :D
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you think I'm insane for dreaming about this?

    I'm a teenager, and two or three years ago, I read about an unspeakably heinous murder of a teenage girl that happened years before I was born. Ever since, I've dreamt(not literally) of finding her killers and making them pay for the agony they caused her...in their own blood. I'm determined to do this... show more
    I'm a teenager, and two or three years ago, I read about an unspeakably heinous murder of a teenage girl that happened years before I was born. Ever since, I've dreamt(not literally) of finding her killers and making them pay for the agony they caused her...in their own blood. I'm determined to do this no matter what. Even if her killers are now in their mid-forties, I'll still hunt them down one day...mark my words. Am I insane for thinking of this? This is my only goal in life--to get vengeance for her because justice was never served. If you read about what they did to her, you'd understand my struggle. https://ripeace.wordpress.com/2012/09/14...
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Where to find the value of books?

    I have a couple books that I know nothing about. I'm really curious to know if they're worth anything or considered "junk" and better off being donated. Where exactly can I go to ask about them and have them looked at? Is there a way I can get a free appraisal? I'd rather not pay money -... show more
    I have a couple books that I know nothing about. I'm really curious to know if they're worth anything or considered "junk" and better off being donated. Where exactly can I go to ask about them and have them looked at? Is there a way I can get a free appraisal? I'd rather not pay money - especially if they don't turn out to be worth anything at all. I don't really live in a big city or anything and am considered "rural", so I'm not sure where to even begin looking for a reliable and trustworthy person to check on this for me. Any suggestions would be great! Also, I tried to Google the titles and didn't see the exact items I have, so I couldn't determine much from that.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is Stephen King's It a drama novel?

    Best answer: No and please don't ask questions like this... people on the internet are rude and say nasty stuff on purpose
    Best answer: No and please don't ask questions like this... people on the internet are rude and say nasty stuff on purpose
    6 answers · 16 hours ago