12. What kind of story is it? Risk-reward conflict resolution, revelation ending, slife-of-life vignette, anecdote, spectacle; conventional or traditional genre, experimental, literary; setting, plot, idea, character, or event genre (SPICE); primary reader, middle grade, young adult, or adult; flat or round, static or dynamic central characters; nonnarrated or narrated, overt or covert narrator.
13. Am I responding as a reader, a writer, or an editor?
14. How might I respond to virtues without overshooting the mark?
15. How might I respond favorably to vices clearly without imposing my judgments and sentiments, without giving offense?
//I like the imperative, ominiscient, omnipresent, omnipotent authorial voice mixed with narrator reporting and
viewpoint character perceptions and cognitions, reminiscient of Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions.//
16. Are the themes, motifs, and messages unifying, accessible, timely, and relevant?
17. What level of rapport do I feel with the central premises, ie., setting, plot, idea, character, and event and voice.
18. If it's not to my preferences, can I remain objective and offer commentary that enhances?
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