Starting a story by catapulting readers forward to a moment of peak action gets them excited about what’s ahead, right? Consider this: In Chapter 1, readers don’t know your protagonist from Adam. You’ve most likely just wasted one of the best scenes of your book on a disengaged audience. But there’s a better way—read on.
Here’s a handful of ideas about writing I wanted to share with you.
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