Those dystopias explain that feminist work should continue.
Alternate history[ change change source ] In Alternate or alternative history stories, writers imagine how the past might have been different. And one day you will hopefully discover that someone loves your story. It doesn't have to be a neatly-tied-up happily ever after. But the readers should know what the point of the story was or they will be dissatisfied.
Soon fans began writing letters to each other, and then grouping their comments together in informal publications that became known as fanzines.
A character who gets a full arc in one book can be a richer character. The plot is what the readers will care about most. Then I just have to go and fill in the gaps. Plus, FTL makes all sorts of other stuff possible, including space warfare and lots more first contact.
If you start out with an ordinary detective novel and then throw in someone breathing underwater in the 6th chapter, you're reader's reaction is, "What the h?
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