There are so many writers out there and they all think that they’re better than you. They all think that they can offer you advice and that there are lots of things they can teach you. Maybe you can teach them. Maybe if you show them a tad of what you know, they will be better off.
Such as how binding books is a great way to come to terms with your work. And how plot is furthered by developing characters who are foils of each other. How the best stories involve a change in your protagonist. How you need to make your character’s problem relevant to all the other characters you develop. How you need to get in the protagonist’s head to ask what will happen if the conflict is not resolved, or if it’s not resolved in my (your character’s) favor. How you need to describe what will happen in order for your protagonist to achieve his or her goal. How you need to show what obstacles lie in the way for your protagonist, and at what cost he achieves his goal. And how the dividends are ultimately worth the cost, and worth your reader buying your binding books after you’ve taken them from the book binding services.
That’ll teach them.
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