[Novel 02] Sammohinian Candy Dispersal

I enjoy stories with direct, earnest narrative perhaps most? Whether it’s a review that outlines the reasons why one might want to play a videogame or outlining a process for improving their lives, or perhaps many of the stories in “The Story” like Novel 01 and Novel 02, I guess I like clear storytelling? While I do enjoy indirect stories, I might generally, without saying it, as a rule, say I enjoy earnest, honest, easily-comprehensibly of narratives.

Spoilers?: Minor [Novel 01, Chapter 01 analysis]
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[The Story] Service of Bunbury

While waiting for the ENDLESS WAR Bookclub to finish reading Picture of Dorian Gray, I’ve been reading more works by Oscar Wilde, including The Importance Of Being Earnest. While all the media I meander through, and all the experiences I have, won’t directly influence “The Story,” there were three thoughts I had from the first 15 pages of the play: first, I don’t like how tending to Mr. Bunbury is used as an excuse for skipping.

Spoilers?: Minor [loathesomeness of characters]
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[Media Meandry] Passively Active Content

The major value, for me, in having a wide variety of content that I can meander through in my free time is developing a sense of appropriateness. When is my mood appropriate for writing or not? If I force myself to write, I can sometimes get something good, but when I’m not feeling much like writing, and might rather play a videogame or read a novel, then I’d just end up wasting time unproductively rewriting.

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