Books & Authors's questions - Malay iziqna

I'm writing a fiction about a guy running away from prison (he was there for revolutionary causes convicted but he never killed anyone, he was just trying to protect his people and land). He flees to another country and meets a girl under casual circumstances. This girl falls for him at first sight, but he... show more

What do you think of these ideas?

17 answers · 3 days ago
Hi πŸ‘‹, A human child is found by a feral dog πŸ• when he is an infant πŸ‘ΆπŸ». Rafoo, the Rhodesian Ridgeback who finds him, brings him back to his pack. He is adopted and raised by them. Kallie, an English Shepherd, is his adoptive mother, while Rafoo is his guardian. Arkan, an Alaskan Malamute, is the alpha. Dylan the... show more

Best answer: Standing in the street at night isn't enough?

i have been working on a story for some time now and i want to end it it the right way I don't want it to sound rushed like blah blah blah the end. would an epulog be too much or just right? I know it's my story but i want it just right.

Best answer: Absolutely. She's at an age where she's either moved out on her own or is preparing to do so, which means cooking for herself. Online recipes are unreliable - I've had failure rates of over 50%. Cookbooks are more reliable. You can check reviews to make sure before buying it. It's especially... show more

I have to write a short story for my English class, and I'm so used to writing longer pieces that I don't really know how to plan out this story in such a way that the reader gets a clear story. I just feel like I'd write too many transitions and the story won't have much of a rising action since I... show more

Best answer: They [the Publishers] thought that an American child would not want to read a book with the word "philosopher" in the title. After discussion, the American edition was published in September 1998 under the title Rowling suggested, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." Philosophy, is a... show more

Best answer: I've read them all several times. I read the first when I was in my 40s, enjoyed it, and just kept going. I know many people think they're fit only for children and backward teens, but this highly-educated, widely-read 70-year-old Scotswoman enjoys them enormously. Of course they're not great... show more

Best answer: First of all, you chose a very interesting topic as it revolves around an image that is drown in our minds since we were kids. We were taught that Pirates are people without hearts, who don't have the right to life, love, or even have a proper way to die. I'll give you some tips to start your fantasy... show more

I’m writing a story...?

5 answers · 1 day ago
Best answer: Look at the limitations of the other character's superpowers. And why don't they work on the MC? Don't just make it that he/she is 'special' give a legit reason.

Does it mean it is hard to read and understand? Or hard to find? Or what??

I mean one that actually has paper pages and goes up on a shelf

A flock of sheep?

4 answers · 11 hours ago
Best answer: If lambs are critical to the telling of the story, you should find a way to include them, as sheep only have lambs with them during lambing season. You can say 'a flock of sheep and their lambs' or you can expand it by saying something like a 'flock of sheep, accompanied by their new born lambs'.