Well, here’s one that’s bound to help unravel your plot.
In my last post, I talked about the importance of your opening and gave as examples how I needed to go deeper into my character’s personality and make certain that I’ve set the tone of my novel. For more on the subject of structure, character attributes and flaws you can read my post and go to the links. Well worth your time.
As I’ve already said, and you’re bound to have already heard it: Openings can make or break your writing career. More or less, that’s what the message is. At least, as I interpret it.
So, in creating your opening here’s something else to add to it. I read about it in Jennie Nash’s newsletter. She suggests making this a New Years’ resolution. I think it’s a great idea.
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