This is my son's first try at writing. He's one and I'd appreciate some constructive criticism. Personally, I think his characters are a bit flat and the plot is hackneyed but maybe I'm just being a pushy Father.
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Don't project daddy. Just because his style is different from yours doesn't mean it's inferior. In fact, his is the voice of a new generation, the post-post-post-post-modern generation, and clearly its time for you to step back with your finished book, let go of your archaic dogma, and recognize that you are no longer on the cutting edge. In the now immortal words of your son, "jbwaGSAAAAAAAAT54RXZ\F."