Jill Harris, Novel Writing Blueprint:

Even if computers get really, really good at making generic stories, they’ll never have the visceral knowledge of language and human thought.

They cannot know what it is to live within the skin of a living body. They will never have stifled their cries as they were beaten as a child, or laughed at the sight of a huge wave crashing on the beach.

They will never have made love, lost someone they love or driven too fast down a highway late at night with the moon chasing them

December 18, 2021

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