Books Writing Prompt from Skyelark Moon
I’m sure most of you have had a similar conversation where you ask someone about a book, and she replies, “Don’t read that book; it’s bad.” That lead me to the question: what makes a book *bad*? Is it the characters? The plot? The general way the story is written? Is the book *bad* because of a negative connotation that was put towards it?
What do you think makes a book *bad*?
For me, I have found a *bad* book to be one that I simply did not enjoy. In general, either the characters or the plot (or both) weren’t engaging enough for me to enjoy the story to its full potential.
That then leads to the question of: what makes a *good* book? To me, I find the characters and the plot quite important. Of course, that is not all I look for, but they are certainly a large factor.
What do you think makes a *good* book?
I’m very interested in hearing *cough*reading*cough* your answers! Have a wonderful rest of your day!
Fly you high,
Skyelark Moon who used minimal smilies in this post.