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  1. Third-Person Characterization: Distant vs. Close
  2. Naming & Surnames - determining right and wrong
  3. Theme and when to address it (if at all)
  4. There are only two plots, or: How to have an existential crisis in writing
  5. Plot vs story. What's the difference?
  6. Shifting perspective on the Main Character
  7. The Climactic Ending
  8. How much description needed for sense of place?
  9. Being Your Character
  10. What would be the best way to mix a supernatural human creature like this?
  11. Can elves be called "Men and Women?"
  12. Which of these two plot scenarios is better?
  13. How do you define change in a story?
  14. Should antagonists have convenient flaws or only inconvenvient?
  15. Best way to break the Female Hero's "Happily Ever After" stigma???
  16. What's a better way to make this character part of the plot?
  17. Inner conflict to be understood. A subjective definition inside.
  18. Multiple ways of adressing my character, how to prevent confusion?
  19. 1st draft weak on character. Too late to fix?
  20. Developing characters *after* First Draft?
  21. Plotting
  22. Romantic Development Between MCs
  23. Is it bad to put yourself in your characters' shoes when writing?
  24. A different definition for conflict.
  25. Help! I need a name for a smuggler
  26. Write a character introduction
  27. True and false victims
  28. Could use some help spicing up this plot point
  29. Crafting an imperfect mentor
  30. Writing a character who HATES Women.
  31. When Your Characters' Goals Get Lost Due to Focusing on the Plot
  32. Crafting the Rebel resistance
  33. Creating an Intimidating Villain
  34. I've been writing a romance about a rich girl and a poor girl
  35. My Book
  36. names for a secret police force in the USA
  37. Experiencing outliner's block for plotting my story
  38. nuke in orbit
  39. Painted myself into a corner... now what?
  40. Comments on character profiles