Time and Continuity

Heh. This is something to think about while working on my novel, I guess.  Lest I add to Euan Ferguson’s self-inflicted workload by not accounting for time and continuity on the page.  White space–that’s the answer, right?  Because I’ve been using strategically placed page breaks to avoid mentioning “crochet, narwhals and flensing knives.”


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