Hello, beautiful writing community! Throughout our time as writers--especially on forums where sometimes we've got questions, and other times we're providing answers--we get stuck in a lot of pits, and help other people crawl out of theirs. We look for solutions to our problems, and do our best to help provide other people with the solutions they're looking for. All of us run into our own personal speed bumps and, depending on what we learn by overcoming them, we try out best to help out other people who are struggling with theirs. So, in your time perusing forums, helping folks, asking your own questions, and being helped yourselves, what are the most common questions you see from writers, both new and advanced? What do they ask? What do they struggle with? What does it seem like they always need help overcoming? Do they have general questions about writing--how to start or how to show-not-tell--or maybe more specific ones about their personal projects--how long does it take to travel on horseback, or what was the average height of a medieval wall? And, almost more importantly, what answers do you provide to help spur them on their way? What are the best answers to the common questions writers ask? What solutions provide the most value, while being the most succinct? If we had a compendium of frequently asked writing questions, and their most useful answers, what might be in it? Thanks for any answers! I thought this might be a fun thread to create, and I apologize if it already exists!