Bresh's allergic to strawberries.
The last time he ate some he spent two hours squeezing vomit through his swollen gullet, nearly drowning in spit, half-digested food and gastric acid before his father opted to throw him into the car and drive him to the ER. It was a suicide attempt. He knew he would go to hell for this. But Bresh had somehow banked on God not noticing that it wasn't accidental.
Death by strawberry.
He thought that was funny.
A nonsequence is a consequence that isn't. A point that has none. A question, "Why did you tell me that?"
Nonsequences will burn your plot in the eyes of everyone but the most forgiving readers. There are also the kind of writers who read a book for its failing value, wanting to know firsthand how not to do it, but let's forget about us for now. What? Oh, yeah. Sure, I meant to say them. I'll be honest with you, it's kind of funny and really sad how the practical use of a word that isn't even a word can have such tremendous effect on your writing.
Allow me to present you with an anecdote of my childhood, an example of consequence after whic
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