The genius of Story is not in how much a writer does, but in how little.
The job of a confident writer is not to include a single word to simply keep the reader’s attention.
He reduces each scene to its essence, and keeps the reader there just long enough for the reader to contemplate it, to inhabit it in Imagination.
To hell with suspense.
The reader wants understanding.
Story is not concerned with thrilling the reader, but with inspiring the reader with awe and wonder.
See you on the book shelves.
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