Keepers of the Lost Cities is a book series I’ve read since I was 14 that no one else talks about. I discuss the crazy plot and what the world of Keepers entails. 100% spoilers review, reader beware.
The most important factor for deciding whether or not a reader likes your book is immersion. Can they get lost in your story and read for hours? If your reader can’t get immersed, chances are they will set the book aside.
But what does it mean to have immersion? And what are the biggest factors breaking your immersion?
This post is sponsored by public goods and services, by the way. I’m slutty myself out for public access to information. It is my kink and I am not ashamed.
Welcome to Relax Draft!
The writing blog for the anxious writer. Writing can often be an overwhelming hobby, with so many ideas to put down, grammar rules to remember, audiences to impress, and people to compare yourself to. It’s exhausting for even the experienced writer, but for the inexperienced writer working on their first book, it can be terrifying.
Here at Relax Draft we try to remind ourselves that no one is perfect one hundred percent of the time. Even the best books had a few messy drafts, and your book will be no different.
While there’s always something to improve on in this crazy world of writing, it’s important to keep writing.
And remember to relax, it’s just a draft.
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