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August 5, 2012

Helen asks…

MEANINGS OF PLACES IN INDIA — its intresting?

ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. Q S ARE THE MEANINGS OF PLACES IN INDIA. WRITE
THEIR CORRESPONDING NAMES.

1) MAKE JUICE-
2)BIG COUNTRY-
3)JAGGERY VILLAGE-
4)CAMPHOR LAND-
5)FACE-
6)BYE BYE CITY-
7)EYE LAKE-
8)EAR TOWN-
9)COBRA TOWN
10)GODS DOOR-
11)MISS GIRL-
12)NECTOR LAND-
13)SAINTS HAIR-
14)QUEENS FIELD-
15)DO DRAMA-
16)MIDDLE STATE-

Administrator answers:

1) MAKE JUICE- Banaras (known as Varanasi, In Uttar Pradesh State)

2)BIG COUNTRY- Maharashtra (an indian state)

3)JAGGERY VILLAGE- Gurgaon (In Haryana State)

4)CAMPHOR LAND- Kapurthala( In Punjab State)

5)FACE- Surat (In Gujrat State)

6)BYE BYE CITY- Tatanagar (known as Jamshedpur,
In Jharkhand)

7)EYE LAKE- Nainital (in Uttaranchal state)

8)EAR TOWN- Kanpur (In Uttar Pradesh State)

9)COBRA TOWN- Nagpur (in Maharashtra State)

10)GODS DOOR- Haridwar (In Uttar Pradesh State)

11)MISS GIRL- Kanyakumari (In Tamilnadu State)

12)NECTOR LAND- Madhuban (In Uttar Pradesh State)

13)SAINTS HAIR- Rishikesh (in Uttaranchal state)

14)QUEENS FIELD- Ranikhet (In Himachal State)

15)DO DRAMA- Karnatak (an indian state)

16)MIDDLE STATE- Madhya Pradesh (an indian state)

Daniel asks…

What should I call my story? (10 POINTS)?

Summary- There was a little village in the middle of no where. Oakvale, it was called. No one knew much about Oakvale, and the population was very small, at a mere 250 people. The largest house in the village, besides Prince Frederick’s Mansion, was the Duke mansion, slightly smaller than the Princes, and it belonged to George and Kinley Evans. George was the blacksmith, as Kinley was a student. Ever since she was a child, Kinley knew something was wrong with her. As she is forced to always tell the truth, and nothing but the truth. Like a curse. But since Kinley is such a kind girl, she has nothing to lie about. One day, a carriage arrives at her house and takes Kinley away, leaving the villagers shocked. She is taken to a far-away kingdom, where she is escorted to King William and Queen Maria’s thrown room. The news comes to her, and it leaves her shocked. She is the daughter of King William and Queen Maria. A princess…

title?
would you read it?

thanks! :D

Administrator answers:

Kinley (simple, but good)

or You shall not lie.

The story is good, but needs to have a little more tension in some parts :)

John asks…

What do you think of this book idea? And help!!!?

I want to write a book and I am kind of iffy on its plot. I have what it will be about, just not how to plot it out so I don’t have a block in it, and also what the main idea of the story/climax should be.

I so far want it to have a 13 year old girl. She will be mysterious, and I want it to be set sometime in the medieval era. So it will have castles, serfs, queens,kings, dragons, etc. She might be running away from home, or her house might be destroyed with her entire village and such. So, she is travelling and meets with this man.
She finally convinces the man to be her tutor/teacher. He teaches her the 3 Laws of Thought which are: * law of identity
* law of noncontradiction
* law of excluded middle
Of course these will be explained in the story. But, I want to know how I should go from there. What would YOU like to see in a story that has been set out from here. Anyone who has or plans on writing a book, do you have any tips for writing one? Yes, I plan on having it fictional and logical all combined in one. I was thinking of having alchemy in the story too, I really enjoy science haha. But I want the book to be deep, and make people think. I know the 3 Laws of Thought will make people think, but how do I coordinate them into a story like this? And what should the climax, main problem, and story be about. Lol Thanks everyone!

AND if you have no idea or think I’m asking for too much, give me tips to think of my own way to do this story because I am stuck on a writers block. Thanks in advance everyone!

Administrator answers:

The story isn’t so much yours if people give you instructions on what to write next and you listen..

(my opinion)

Some tips for dealing with writer’s block:

- Take a break from what you’re doing and put it out of your mind. Staring at the computer screen or piece of paper doesn’t help at all.

- Walk outside, and go on streets you normally wouldn’t if possible. Exercise helps to clear mind and even give some perspective especially if its outside.

- You need to not worry about failing, and realize most people aren’t very original in their writings.

- Get the main ideas down before touching it up. Writer’s block often times is a result of feeling overwhelmed by the task. Its fine if your article or story isn’t good because you can alter it later on to make it better.

This is a short guide to overcoming writer’s block:

http://hubpages.com/_2tro9f12g7pwe/hub/Short-Guide-to-Overcoming-Writers-Block

Mary asks…

Title and help with writing a book?

I want to write a book and I am kind of iffy on its plot. I have what it will be about, just not how to plot it out so I don’t have a block in it, and also what the main idea of the story/climax should be.

I so far want it to have a 13 year old girl. She will be mysterious, and I want it to be set sometime in the medieval era. So it will have castles, serfs, queens,kings, dragons, etc. She might be running away from home, or her house might be destroyed with her entire village and such. So, she is travelling and meets with this man.
She finally convinces the man to be her tutor/teacher. He teaches her the 3 Laws of Thought which are: * law of identity
* law of noncontradiction
* law of excluded middle
Of course these will be explained in the story. But, I want to know how I should go from there. What would YOU like to see in a story that has been set out from here. Anyone who has or plans on writing a book, do you have any tips for writing one? Yes, I plan on having it fictional and logical all combined in one. I was thinking of having alchemy in the story too, I really enjoy science haha. But I want the book to be deep, and make people think. I know the 3 Laws of Thought will make people think, but how do I coordinate them into a story like this? And what should the climax, main problem, and story be about. Lol Thanks everyone!

AND if you have no idea or think I’m asking for too much, give me tips to think of my own way to do this story because I am stuck on a writers block. Thanks in advance everyone!

Administrator answers:

To be honest, this is a great idea. You didn’t really say alot about the plot but you could take it in several directions and I can picture it a dark and mysterious movie, and adding alchemy in it could be really cool. Make sure you focus a lot on the characters, because they are the most important. I believe you have the opportunity for an abundance of great characters like maybe the loopy alchemist or a dark king (but thats a little overrated). Add alot of detail because this is a era and setting that most people may not be familiar with so decribe everything and use vocab from the era, but make sure the reader knows what it means too. Good luck and i think you really have something special here!!

Lisa asks…

What do you think of this character?

If you’ve read anything about me, then you probably have heard of this character. His name is Khari, and he’s from another dimension. On the continent Tolliene, there’s a country called Arstenus that is very loosely based on ancient Persia and the Middle East.

Through an extremely complicated series of events, he was changed from a dragon to a half-human, left with wings and a tail. He’s a prince but was sent away by his mother who wanted to raise his slightly younger twin sister to be queen. Khari ended up in a farming village, where he was adopted by a nice young couple.

Khari is naturally good at making stuff (he builds a simple slingshot to fire himself into the desert when he’s about six–with the help of some friends) and he’s quite a daredevil. Lots of people think he’s crazy. However, he does have the ability to fly and he likes to challenge himself by jumping off of rooftops with his wings tied to see how long it takes to undo the knots. He swings from palm trees by his tail. And he’s quite eccentric, bouncy and excitable. His best friend is the Gondian princess in disguise (Gondia is the country they’re at war with), and she’s quite cynical and stoic.

Khari trains in swordfighting and farming his whole life until he gets very good at it. But then, a famine comes along and he’s forced to watch his parents starve to death, leaving him and his younger brother orphans.

He has this thing called a gutworm, which is basically a parasite race that grows inside you and is genetic. (Very long story; do not want to explain.) So these people from another country take him and use him for scientific experiments. He meets this girl who was a gutworm and has a sort of little kid crush on her (he’s eight). That’s when he decides to let his gutworm live.

This is about half of his story. Just want your opinion on this. Any plot holes, I’m sure, have been filled ten times over…don’t ask.

Sorry this was so long.

Btw if he seems familiar, he’s a character that I already asked about but I changed him up to make him better.
I agree; my book is extremely annoying. It annoys me on an hourly basis, and even then I complain to myself about how long and complex it is…ergh.

Administrator answers:

The plot sounds interesting, but your main question is about the character and honestly, Khari doesn’t sound like a well-developed character. He sounds like a Gary Stu. Why? He’s “different” (the whole half-dragon thing) which honestly isn’t a bad thing as long as you have a reasonable explanation for it, as long as there are reasonable consequences (predjudice or fear from others, limitations presented by his unique condition, etc). My main problem with Khari though is that he doesn’t seem to have any flaws or weaknesses. He’s skilled at making things, skilled at swordfighting, and you have portrayed him as being one of those awesome people who are always fun to be around. Characters like this annoy me. Real people aren’t perfect, aren’t good at everything they do. Real people have flaws. If you want readers to identify with your character more, he needs to have flaws like a real person—flaws that are probably going to make him more relatable. Don’t focus so much on making a character who’s unique and wonderful and special. Oftentimes, the best characters come from ordinary people put through extraordinary circumstances, people who might not even necessarily be good people or likeable people. Just try to round him out a bit more and he could be a good character. Right now, he just sounds like another Gary Stu to me.

Ken asks…

What was this old science fiction movie?

The movie was about a doctor who’s patient was a “100 year or so, old black woman,who was the queen of an African tribe.The doctor didn’t believe she was as old as she said.The old woman ask the doctor who then, asks his middle aged wife to come with him.
When they get to African village,the old black woman during a ceremony,said she would be young again for one night.Then die.A young male was sacrificed. When a beautiful young black woman emerges from the hut.The doctor doesn’t believe it’s his 100year old patient.When she reminds him of her birthmark.He being the curious scientist,tells his wife she should do this.The african queen tells her to choose any man.Well,the middle aged wife is angry at her husband for asking her to do this,because she would only be young for a night.So,she choose her husband the doctor.Some of the men hold him down,and a ceremonial ring with a point used to get the blood,then mix it with a powder.That’s inside the ring.Of course the elderly woman is transformed into a young beautiful woman,also.Well ,they escape and she ends up coming back to America.At the end of the movie she has killed a couple of men to keep herself young & alive.She makes a mistake when she kills a young woman.And she turns old and falls off the balcony.What’s the name of the movie?

Administrator answers:

The Leech Woman (1960), considered a sci-fi classic although I think the direction was not so fantastic.

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