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Tips for writing a novel

from The New Yorker

Write the story that you most want to read. Which, yeah, for the majority of us means a story about a giraffe and a fireman who are best friends, and the fireman hangs out in a tree so that he can be eye-level with the giraffe, and then one day the zoo catches on fire, and the giraffe and the firemen are looking at each other, like, "Oh, no!," and the fireman is thinking, How do I get down out of this tree to fight the fire?, and then he looks at the giraffe's long neck, and the giraffe looks at him, and they both grin, like, "Are you thinking what I'm thinking?," and then the rest of the book is a choose-your-own-adventure story. more


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