Excessive BandagingThe problem with Ryo, one of the problems with Ryo, was that he was too proud to admit to his own mistakes. For all he valued respect so much, inside him was that streak of pride he could not escape. Perhaps he'd been brought up that way, Fubuki didn't really know. But he was starting to know Ryo well enough to know when he was hiding something.Excessive Bandaging by SamCyberCat
"So you're ready for class?" he asked, after walking into Ryo's dorm room.
"Of course, why wouldn't I be?" replied his friend, putting some reference books into a bag.
Looking around curiously, Fubuki went on, "Well, I heard some noise from here earlier and was wondering if you were all right."
"I'm fine," muttered Ryo stubbornly, "It was just some books that I dropped but they've been picked up now."
"Some cards too," observed Fubuki, eying a Cyber Kirin that Ryo must have missed when cleaning the mess.
"Yes, well " Leaning down, Ryo took hold of the card and Fubuki caught sight of his hand.
"It's just a paper cut," mumbled Ryo,
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Unlike what I once thought, plot is not a natural result of telling a story. Plot, like all other parts of writing, is a craft that must be studied and then designed with purpose. That being said, there are many different ways that one creates a plot—and countless theories as to how they can be created with the most efficiency. Over the next few weeks, I'm going to teach you several of these techniques and help you to create a Plot Outline. Many people are against such structure in their writing, even many good writers. However, my purpose for this book is to create a system so that ANYBODY can write a novel—even those who cannot subconsciously create a plot in the back of their minds. I encourage a