Where do stories come from? How can you make contact with the force that drives stories, so that your own will contain the mystery and inevitability that causes readers to carry on, fascinated and intrigued during the action of the story, and then satisfied, at the end, that the outcome had to be the outcome, even though they couldn’t predict it earlier? Mystery and inevitability: how do you hold these two horses together?
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