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Author Interview at Library of Erana

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December 6, 2014 by dborys

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The Library of Erana website posted this interview of me Dec. 5.  Why not click through to see what other questions they asked me?three-books

What experiences can a book provide that a movie or video game cannot? – A book makes us work at our entertainment. Instead of being a passive mushroom watching the story, we are forced to partake in it, interpret it. Since we don’t have the visual or the sound, we have to burrow deep in our minds to envision and experience the world. Because there are narrative passages, we can know and explore the inner thoughts of characters, instead of simply trying to interpret them from their faces or voices. The amount of detail, and the time it takes to read, interpret and experience all the words on the pages immerses you more fully in the story than a one dimensional viewing on a screen. You’ve probably noticed it yourself. Have you ever read a book about a blind person, for instance, and when you finished it, it felt strange to be able to walk around and see again?

via Author Interview Seventy-Six – Deb Borys – Suspense | Library of Erana.

 

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