Advice for the story "Chest Pains" by NathanBrazil
Well, pompous ass Scott Adams (whose book, "The Joy of Work" is, in the second half, an excellent brief peek inside the creative process and some good advice to the new writer) has some tips in the aforementioned book, around page 224-5 titled Thinking in Opposites.
[In the original post this part contained specifics related to NathanBrazil's story, which you should read if you want to see what I said and have it make sense. THIS IS THE LINK TO THAT THREAD]
That's just one thought I had, and I'm sure that it was waaaay too easy. But the "opposite" technique is a good one. I really recommend Scott Adams' book, although he is a pompous ass.
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