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Problem: Scenes that are unavoidable, but boring
More specifically: Two of my book series' main characters are (temporarily) diplomats. It's unavoidable to the progress of the plot. But diplomacy is inherently slow and boring. So, the general ...
Nov 13 '13 at 22:12
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