Hey there, everyone ^^ Remi here, with a question for all y'alls. How do you all go about making your story's reality fall apart at the seams? I personally love stories that play off your sense of what is expected from something, only to flip all that on its head and immediately make you uneasy. I find this all thrilling, but I usually never find this in books. I find this in videogames (Undertale, Doki Doki Literature Club) and movies (Your Name, Inception), namely in the form of fourth-wall breaking and meta narrative. I want to be able to incorporate this into writing. I'm writing two stories at the moment that use concepts usually found in video games like glitching and coding errors to create an unsettling layer to narrative, as well as to add a tinge of suspense to the story. I want to know, do any of you writers out there use any techniques and concepts to compromise the reality of your story, and if so, how do you do it?