The Proof is in the Pudding

It is scientifically known that a good story with great conflict will undoubtedly make you feel as though you’re base jumping off the side of an icy mountain peak. And undoubtedly a great conflict will make you feel as though you have the cold metal tube pressed to the side of your temple. A great story’s conflict will put you in the character’s place. And after a long day of work, you can feel the relief of finally slaying the dragon with the eternal sword of power. You can finally be proud of your son or daughter graduating from Princess academy. When you put your book marker at the beginning of chapter 15, knowing that you need to go to bed but wanting nonetheless to know what happens next, know that your escape is only a tap on the Kindle or a page turn away.