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14. DETAILS

“The truth of the story lies in the details.” 
― Paul Auster



When introducing a character, you’re usually better off sticking with broad strokes. The important thing at that point is not what color hair someone has or how tall they are, but rather, what kind of person they are.
— Jason Black

You don’t have to tell us every detail. Indeed, if you pay out background in glimpses, you can create more depth because you let the reader use intuition.
 — Roz Morris
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