Post on FastCompany that just might be related to writing fiction

A necessary part of fiction is the reader’s “willing suspension of disbelief”. I think that part of writing an effective story is to convince your reader to suspend their disbelief.

Based on this article at Fast Company, there might be things we can do to enlist the reader’s own brain in suspending their disbelief:

How Your Brain Keeps You Believing Crap That Isn’t True

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