You Say You Want A Resolution

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.

RESOLVE TO WRITE ONE GOOD SENTENCE IN 2014: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

Go ahead and read the post but don’t forget to come back. I’ve got an important message that I don’t want you to miss. 

Thank you for following my blog

You bring me writing advice

breathe-taking photography

flaming poetry

amazing art

laughter and cooking lessons and issues on health

and your at times sad, at times happy, personal stories

You inspire my writing

Namaste to all of you and a very

Happy

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12 thoughts on “You Say You Want A Resolution

  1. Hi Carol! Thanks for sharing that most excellent blog post and for your beautiful New Year’s wishes. I wish you happiness, health and no writer’s block in the coming year! 🙂

  2. Thanks for sharing that great blog Carol! Thanks for the lovely New Year’s wish, it was beautiful. Wishing you health, happiness and no writer’s block for the coming year! xo

  3. Lovely New Year’s wish…and I hope they all come true for those who follow you and those whom you love. Good advice. I may try to write at least one good sentence a day!
    Happy New Year!

    • You know that’s the challenge. It’s not just one good sentence but you’ve got to have a lot of good sentences. But I think Jennie Nash’s suggestions are well worth following. You might want to take her up on her free 5 page edit in February she talks about on her post. I certainly will. She’s a great editor.

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