Will answer all questions related to writing fiction short stories, including plotting, theme, style, narration, etc.,. Will not answer questions about copyright, publication laws, marketing, etc.,.
I've been writing fiction for some 35 years, mostly short fiction, in all genres (..western, science fiction, mainstream).
"South Dakota Review," "Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine," "Hometown Press."
BA, Liberal Arts, with major course work in literature and fiction writing.
1st place, Portland State University annual fiction contest.
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Hello Kaylee... Your story idea is very interesting. There are all kinds of different ways you can plot it. One thing is to make sure there's some kind of conflict in it though; that's one of the major
Hi, Gracie... You show great potential as a writer..! I enjoyed your story; there's a lot of tenderness and compassion in it. One thing I've done is taken the first few paragraphs and tightened up
Hello Dennis...and thanks for using AllExperts Overall you're opening paragraphs are very well done. I really can't see any major changes that might improve them. I would suggest you be wary of "loose"
Hello Enzo...and thanks for using AllExperts Yes, scene changes can be tricky, but there are a number of ways to work with them. In the sample you included Spillane might have written something like this
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