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The Fart Of Fiction No. 17

A journal is for deep feelings and a novel is for a great story. Entertain with lovely descriptions of mountaintops or a misty fog, but create three-dimensional characters that make readers believe the fog could really be thick, pungent smog from the protagonist's fart. Characters establish plot and they have senses. Sometimes you're not writing enough and sometimes you're overwriting shit. Don't always write that your character is feeling in first-person narrative, because people don't simply think or act based solely on the way they feel. Create your character and show the way he or she is feeling in the story. Avoid run-on sentences with extended metaphors. My humble advice is make a quic

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