I really found this post exceptional in every way. We have to understand that while some readers love a particular author’s book, other may dislike it intensely.
A wonderful, insightful post, that I believe explains a lot; make sure the title of a novel reflects the content of your novel and that even the antagonist must have one redeeming quality. https://didioviatt.wordpress.com/2017/05/17/altered-perception
If you were to take three people and put them all in the same room, and then give them all the exact same book to read; then I’d imagine the results would go something like this:
Person #1 (we’ll call her Betty) will dive right in. She’ll be sitting up straight with eyes wide, and slightly moving her lips in excitement while she reads. Betty will occasionally bounce her knee as she tries to contain the building energy, and then at the end of the book her lip will turn up in a satisfied smirk. After nodding her head in agreement with the way the plot line unfolded, Betty will sit back, fold her arms, and recall her favorite parts of the book. Patiently, she’ll wait for the other two slow pokes in the room to finish up.
Person #2 (She’ll be Joan) will sink into the seat provided, wiggling at the waist and shrugging her shoulders until her body is completely relaxed. She really only came…
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