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Writing the thoughts and speech of a Neanderthal child

Iain Aschendale said: ↑ I would say no to making his thoughts “broken.” You might include things like him not being able to learn to read at all due to not having the appropriate brain structure (I’m totally spitballing ...

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Writing the thoughts and speech of a Neanderthal child

Iain Aschendale said: ↑ I would say no to making his thoughts “broken.” You might include things like him not being able to learn to read at all due to not having the appropriate brain structure (I’m totally spitballing ...

Get More Done This Week Using This Simple Productivity Hack

With school ending and the global pandemic in full effect, it’s getting extremely hard to stay focused. This simple and easy-to-implement system will take you less than 15 minutes and help you get more done, be more productive, and lessen...

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A discussion on where you find character desire. My own opinion based on a hypothesis

@ralph: I figure all we would have to look is at a historical period. Here’s a good example of a historical figure off the imperialism times. Seems like an interesting character the way the historian describes it. I like how historian...

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How do you describe dialects in a fantasy setting?

The issue in play is a lack of any contextual grounding for the comparison. You rightly acknowledge that it would be both anachronistic and also narrative intrusion to have your Fantasy story reference real-world concepts that do not exist ...

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Speechnotes

Member Publications Galactic Division: Initiation They may have survived their initial training, but things aren’t about to get any easier for Milo, Liberty, and the rest of the squad, who are now officially Galactic Division soldiers...

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That stuff don’t work.

Originally Posted by lumino I don’t believe that people change their minds upon hearing a speech. I believe that politicians merely stirr up those who already agree with them. I have tried many times to change people’s minds by ...

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Opinions on my script

My name is Gabriel, I have been interested in scriptwriting for a while and am very inexperienced. I have been working on a small project called The Lifeboat Man and here is a bit of the first draft. Leave some feedback if you want as it wo...

Colorful Language: Falling in Love with the Speech Rhythms of the American Southwest

YA author Rayne Lacko tells how falling in love with the colorful speech patterns of the American Southwest helped her shape her novel A Song for the Road. When I charted an epic road trip across the American Southwest for Carter Danforth, ...

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Do you ever think having a strong vocabulary is kind of a curse for speech?

I’ve often wondered if there comes a point where having a strong vocab is actually an obstacle when it comes to verbal communication. I don’t know if others can relate with me, but I find that I talk slower, and I have awkward p...

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