Today we see that shifting between temporal tenses is fraught with peril and must be done with care.
Today we see that a single change to the existing world can often capture a reader’s interest better than changing many things.
Today we see that a book can start strong, but stumble when it tries to loop back around.
Today we see that major story motives have to be convincing or readers won’t buy into the crisis that drives the plot.
Today we see an intriguing story set in a magical house derailed by distracting and unintended patterns in the prose.
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