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  • Right, dialect can be very hard to read...It amazes me how many stories were written with chapter after chapter of dialect to slog through back in the late 1800's and...
  • As someone who has written some scripts, I can tell you that the first one or two are for practice.  (You don't see them that way but you will come to understand.)  It...
  • Thanks so much - very helpful. I have strong visual images of what I am writing as I am writing it, so the descriptions, characters and dialogue are pretty vivid. Deve...

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  • Thanks Mz Chantal for noticing me, it give me great pleasure. Apologies for my late response though. The screen name reflects what I am passionate about and would li...
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    Allow me to introduce myself and tell you a little bit of my own story. Why do I write? I believe that moments of pain can be redeemed, that in the right hands they...
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    I am preparing to write my memoir; reviewing inciting life incidents to identify my theme and reading memoirs to understand the process better. I wrote a novel loosely...

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  • @Lynne: You have a lot of valuable points, and I do and always will support research into inequalities, whether sex-based, gender-based, age-based, or something else....
  • One more thought. In the future, don't be surprised to see fewer agents. As publishers take fewer manuscripts, fewer agents are selling and therefore making money. Unl...
  • Let's see what I can do with this: Surprises, Disasters, and Dreams – Oh My! Surprises:  It is hard to surprise me so when it happens it's big.  My husband and I are o...