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Concerning Chapter Quotes posted 06 September 2004 in Author Q & AConcerning Chapter Quotes by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

There's certainly an important distinction between opining (where you list your likes and dislikes) and evaluating (where you analyze successes and failures), and there's plenty of things I've read that I think are works of genius, even though I don't particularly enjoy reading them. Jane Austen's works are a good example.

The distinction between these two tacks can be pretty murky though.

If anything, I'm amazed that as many people like the books as they do. I really saw myself writing to a very narrow set of tastes. You'd have to dig pretty hard to freak me out. Other than that, I don't think there's much reason to worry about 'ruining' it for others.

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