The writer with its skillful mastery of words shall always try to build an association with the readers. This keeps the reader ‘hooked on’ to the story. That is why some of us can’t wait to finish a book but at the same time dread that very moment when we are turning to the very last page. Can I compare it to the first high of a new drug? Or the first time you experienced something amazing? You know that whatever you do you can never bring the “first time feelings” again, not until you somehow forget ever reading the book and read it again as a first time.
It’s like the pages of the book are scented with a magical potion that when inhaled helps the reader and the writer to strengthen the connection.
Maybe it is true that writers are infact magicians who transport the readers in a trance where they are able to feel every emption and live every moment, just as the story progresses along in the book. It’s like the pages of the book are scented with a magical potion that when inhaled helps the reader and the writer to strengthen the connection. Maybe it is the unique writing style that offers similarities in what people are feeling and perceiving. Maybe it is both and the trust that the readers bequeath upon the writer that by reading their work, they can achieve a state of happiness, satisfaction, fulfillment or even a spiritual connection with the story or with someone who is reading the same book miles away.