So finally I’m commencing a novel. I want it to be like letting a genie out of a magic bottle.
However, I don’t want to resort to a misuse of magic in all my plot turns; there is still a need for good set ups and lead in and I would like some originality. This is where I can learn a great deal from ‘arm chair critics’, or ‘ readers.’
Lately my whole family, the arm chair critics I know best, have been having trouble with some of the writing on television. We see brilliant concepts in shows like Doctor Who and Once Upon a Time – the season beginnings and finales of both these shows have been extremely well written.
However, the journey to reach these finales this season has had a litany of poor writing. One of the major gripes from my family of armchair critics has…
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