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Reader Preferences: When a Literary Problem Becomes a Genre Fiction’s Convention

Reader Preferences: When a Literary Problem Becomes a Genre Fiction’s Convention

It’s no surprise that I read widely. I’m willing to pick up anything and everything made up of words that you can find out there. Whether I’ll end up liking it is a different story, but I’m not that hard […]

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Showing versus Telling: How Bad Can It Really Be?

Showing versus Telling: How Bad Can It Really Be?

Recently I finished a book I wanted to love. I liked it, I was impressed with the treatment of the world, the presentation of the characters, and the depth of the problems the world faced. But I didn’t love the […]

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