EL: Saturation Paper - Ender's Game
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Orson Scott Card, a novice author, comes up with the idea of a novel that takes place in a sci-fi universe with the perspective from inside a boy's head.
Staying up late thinking about how he would turn a not so interesting and violent boy into a war commander, Card wanted to begin writing.
Draft after draft, Card begins to brainstorm ideas for Ender and the overall exposition of the story.
With the first draft proposed to the publisher, he did not like it and rejected Card's work.
As he wrote draft after draft again, he began to think about how he could make Ender more interesting by thinking about how internalized thoughts would add great dialogue to the story.
Finally, after the 6th draft, Ender's Game was published, and he did not know if he could ever do it again.
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