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Annotation Warbreaker Book Wrap-Up
And . . . those are the annotations! I hope you enjoyed reading them. As you can probably tell, I write them rather quickly. This, of course, is to give them that feel of an improvisational director’s commentary. (And it has nothing to do with the fact that when I work on them for a book, I’m usually about three weeks behind deadline on turning in the copyedit. Why do you ask?)
Joking aside, I’m quite proud of this book and what it does. I think it’s the first time I’ve blended plot twists, humor, worldbuilding, and romance all together in a book the way I’ve wanted to from the beginning of my writing career.
Would I do anything different? Perhaps. I still wish Parlin had a more compelling character, so there could be more emotional impact when he died. I wish the ending had a bit less of a deus ex machina feel to it. But overall, I think the writing here is a big stride forward for me.
Thanks again for reading, both the book and these annotations.