EH: To be honest, it’s not that I love Choco because she’s a dog or animal, but just that the Choco that I love, just happened to be a puppy. In far future, when a lot of time has passed, and Choco has left my side, I might start something while remembering Choco. But right now, I want to pour all my love only on Choco. Choco is still just 13 years old; She’s still a young puppy to me I think the word ‘Love’ cannot describe all the feelings between us. It’s a kind of love that you cannot feel with a human. A being that loves me without expecting anything in return, and regardless of how I act. I think everyone who has an animal companion have their moments. When I look in her eyes, I get this feeling that she understands me. You know those scenes in movies or dramas. (Where the actor) breaks up with (his) girlfriend, and goes “The unni who really showered love on you; she’s not coming back anymore. So you should forget about her too.” and talks with their animal companion.. It’s also the same for me. But I think Choco really understands what I’m saying. #RIPChoco
This is going to be a little weird so bear with me. I HATE when writers vomit character/location/backstory descriptions. Unless it fits the writing style, I cannot get behind it. When I write, I reveal things slowly as the character progresses and as I see fit. However, it recently came to my attention that some people hate slow reveal and would prefer the writer to be up front about descriptions. My question: which is more annoying to the reader? I'd love to see a pole on this.