Articles on writing. Jan 27
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By John Ramsey Miller I have been guilty of having the smell, or swirling of, Cordite in the air after gun play. The other night watching TV I heard one of the techs on CSI (someplace or other) saying that she smelled Cordite in a room, which is more than unlikely since Cordite hasn’t been around since WWII. There is no Cordite whatsoever in modern ammunition. With modern ammo you can smell the pungent Nitroglycerin after firing.
Not astronomical as such, but pseudoscientific argument is a tactic of those who use spurious astronomy. What follows is due to Dr Rory Coker of the University of Texas, posted by one of his students on USENET in November 1994, and used here with his kind permission. Dr Coker has also written this aid to the exposure of pseudoscience . ---begins---
Joseph Campbell 's monomyth , or the hero's journey , is a basic pattern that its proponents argue is found in many narratives from around the world.
Some naughty German pillow talk was requested, regarding Weiß Kreuz fanfiction.
The following Table of Penalties is found in Army Regulations Online: AR 690-700, Chapter 751 .
Twenty years ago, a friend and I walked around downtown Portland at Christmas. The big department stores: Meier and Frank… Fredrick and Nelson… Nordstroms… their big display windows each held a simple, pretty scene: a mannequin wearing clothes or a perfume bottle sitting in fake snow. But the windows at the J.J.
I've been working on a essay about basic skills for writers, and for quite some time now, I've been collecting useful articles about writing.
Seven Common Character Types by Terry W. Ervin II Fiction writers employ a variety of characters while weaving their tales.