Put a positive spin on your writing day.
Judith Evicci, Technical, Creative Nonfiction and Content Writer
The most important line you write is the first line.
Beginnings and Opening Sentences:
First task is to hook the reader. People love a mystery or ambiguity.
Great opening story lines, actions, teasers, attitude, story frames, or prologues grab the reader, and keep them reading.
Tonight, perhaps for the first time, I have the power over life and death.
Avoid dull exposition “telling” at the beginning. Act first – explain later.
“I am a lot more interested in what is going to happen than in what has happened.” Stephen King
Each first Page is a new beginning.