Today we see that promising characters and conflicts sometimes struggle to be seen behind cluttered prose.
Today we see that even if readers don’t know the relevant rules, awkward nuances can still be jarring. Sometimes jarring enough to break immersion.
Today we see that fantasy capitalization syndrome can ruin a good story.
Today we see that if you lose the reader’s trust once, they hold the rest of the book to a higher standard.
Today we learn the art of the long con. And we’re thoroughly delighted to be conned.
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