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How do I write a book about someone who can read people's minds?

I mean, like, how do I word something like that? I don't want it to be cheesy and stupid, like, "She could hear him thinking about the ballgame later". I want to actually show the readers the person's thoughts, y'know? I mean, like, how do I word something like that? I don't want it to be cheesy and stupid, like, "She could hear him thinking about the ballgame later". I want to actually show the readers the person's thoughts, y'know?

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Only write about what you actually know. No one can write for you.

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