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The Willing Suspension of Disbelief

Adding a believable human element to your stories

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“The willing suspension of disbelief” was first utilized by the English poet, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. If a writer can impart a human element and an aspect of truth into the story, the reader will be drawn in and willingly suspend their disbelief — and fully engage in the far-fetched tale.

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J.M. Troppello

J.M. Troppello

Author of Sunflower Quest & Mr. Shipley's Governess | Owner of Mustard Seed Sentinel | https://amazon.com/author/jmtroppello

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