Tag Archives: First Chapter

Writing Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

The best fiction writers write like they’re in love—and edit like they’re in charge. Continue reading

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Let Us Learn Saturday

How many of us have heard about the importance of that first sentence, that first chapter, or the first fifty pages? Well, this is something that should be taken to heart when writing the opening of your story. These firsts … Continue reading

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The Novel Begins

Prologue             The splintering bark showered him as the shot exploded into the tree a mere foot from his head. “You can’t hide. I know every corner of this forest, and it will be your burying ground.” Cresting the hill, … Continue reading

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