• What are some fears people might have?

    Best answer: Acrophobia
    Agoraphobia
    Atychiphobia
    Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia - I had to copypaste this one.
    Thalassophobia
    Claustrophobia
    Trypophobia
    Germophobia
    Hydrophobia
    Homophobia
    Islamophobia
    Aquaphobia
    Arachnophobia
    That's all I know
    Best answer: Acrophobia
    Agoraphobia
    Atychiphobia
    Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia - I had to copypaste this one.
    Thalassophobia
    Claustrophobia
    Trypophobia
    Germophobia
    Hydrophobia
    Homophobia
    Islamophobia
    Aquaphobia
    Arachnophobia
    That's all I know
    20 answers · 2 days ago
  • What's the best way to clean yourself after picking up a rotting corpse? BEFORE YOU JUDGE I'M WRITING.?

    I'm currently writing about a person who's family had been murdered, then he had been taken prisoner and wasn't able to bury them. After he had been saved, he and a couple of his friends had gone back to bury the bodies. They didn't have coffins, so they just picked the bodies up, then buried them.... show more
    I'm currently writing about a person who's family had been murdered, then he had been taken prisoner and wasn't able to bury them. After he had been saved, he and a couple of his friends had gone back to bury the bodies. They didn't have coffins, so they just picked the bodies up, then buried them. When they went home, they realized they smelled like death (lol), and I'm confused about how they get clean.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • How to come up with good names for my fictional characters when writing?

    So when I’m writing I have no problem making up characters, making a story, making a title and just know where my story go’s but one problem I always have is figuring out what I should make the names of the characters. I feel like I can’t ever find a name to me that fits or would stick a character. I like names... show more
    So when I’m writing I have no problem making up characters, making a story, making a title and just know where my story go’s but one problem I always have is figuring out what I should make the names of the characters. I feel like I can’t ever find a name to me that fits or would stick a character. I like names with personallity or a mean behind or just a cool unique Name but I can only figure out generic names like Daniel,Matt,John,bob, just names like those. When I looks up names online it gives alot of those generic names too then it gives me names that don’t even sound right or aren’t even names. Like how can I improve not have to atruggle so much on the names
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it normal to be in love with a fictional character?

    Best answer: I suppose it's normal to have crushes, I think it shows you are a very imaginative and creative person.
    Best answer: I suppose it's normal to have crushes, I think it shows you are a very imaginative and creative person.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to publish my stories?

    Hi. I had this talent since I was a little boy. Everyone in my family told me you have pure fiction imagination. I love writing fiction stories that can be turned into best selling games or top grossing movies. But I don't know where to start. I can have amazing thoughts but I don't know how to reach people... show more
    Hi. I had this talent since I was a little boy. Everyone in my family told me you have pure fiction imagination. I love writing fiction stories that can be turned into best selling games or top grossing movies. But I don't know where to start. I can have amazing thoughts but I don't know how to reach people who can use them. Can you please enlighten me? And one more thing I'm not american so it's not easy to reach Hollywood directors.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Such act or such an act?

    "The wolf began violently kicking back and struggled to move freely, but the binds disallowed such act/such an act"? And can "such act" be used at all? I'm pretty sure I've seen it used before several times but I may just not recall well.
    "The wolf began violently kicking back and struggled to move freely, but the binds disallowed such act/such an act"? And can "such act" be used at all? I'm pretty sure I've seen it used before several times but I may just not recall well.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can I change character POV mid Chapter?

    Best answer: I have seen 1st and 3rd pov sections alternate; but with the row of asterisks or another indication of transition between them. You won't know if it would work in your case unless you try it. Do you need to tell the reader the information in the 3rd pov section now, or can your readers find it out when the... show more
    Best answer: I have seen 1st and 3rd pov sections alternate; but with the row of asterisks or another indication of transition between them.

    You won't know if it would work in your case unless you try it.

    Do you need to tell the reader the information in the 3rd pov section now, or can your readers find it out when the main character finds out?

    I would write it, perhaps using a different font, and add "Is this needed as is?" in bold print. Then I'd finish the story and return when I am making revisions. It's likely that the information will fit elsewhere in the first person narrative.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • I m in love with a fictional character!?

    Best answer: It's just another version of a celebrity crush.
    You're attracted to an idealized person who you don't really know and could not possibly have a relationship with.
    Obviously in this case it's even more impossible.
    It will run it's course, don't worry.
    Best answer: It's just another version of a celebrity crush.
    You're attracted to an idealized person who you don't really know and could not possibly have a relationship with.
    Obviously in this case it's even more impossible.
    It will run it's course, don't worry.
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Im just asking for some unique names First or last?

    Best answer: Why do the names have to be so 'original' or 'interesting'? Did J K Rowling bombard the internet for help with 'a name for a boy wizard with black hair and green eyes and a scar on his forehead and the names have to be UNIQUE'? She did not. She chose 'Harry Potter'. Now it's... show more
    Best answer: Why do the names have to be so 'original' or 'interesting'? Did J K Rowling bombard the internet for help with 'a name for a boy wizard with black hair and green eyes and a scar on his forehead and the names have to be UNIQUE'?

    She did not. She chose 'Harry Potter'. Now it's possible that in Lithuanian or Basque or some language of the remote Transcaucasus 'Harry Potter' sounds unbearably exotic and exciting. But to native English readers 'Harry Potter' is about as plain and pedestrian as you can get, short of 'John Smith'.

    So I ask again: WHY do you think you can't use ordinary names? If you're writing a fantasy that would be a different matter, but you didn't say you were, so ...
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can I use a different translated edition of "Crime and Punishment" for school?

    My school gave me an edition to read, and I have my own edition, translated by someone else so there are some minor differences. Is the difference too significant for use?
    My school gave me an edition to read, and I have my own edition, translated by someone else so there are some minor differences. Is the difference too significant for use?
    12 answers · 4 days ago