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Christine Fairchild
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2 Techniques for Writing Stronger Hooks
Complicate Your Hooks A great Hook concept that is also written well can pack a punch,
but consider how you can add complications to layer the effect and really knock the reader over. Complication is a form of layering that can add tension to
your story whi...

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Check out my latest Editor Devil tip/trick for better storytelling...

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End on a High Note
How you end your
work counts as much as how you start the work. Your story's first impression
(including the hook) determines whether or not the reader will continue past
page one. The last impression determines whether or not they'll buy more of
your work....

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End on a High Note
How you end your
work counts as much as how you start the work. Your story's first impression
(including the hook) determines whether or not the reader will continue past
page one. The last impression determines whether or not they'll buy more of
your work....

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Hook Your Reader Hard and Fast
Let's talk about story Hooks, since everyone struggles to write these effectively. Regardless of your genre, a good
way to start a story is to reveal a situation that is about to explode. Most books start on the brink of
catastrophe or a character's cathars...

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Give Supporting Characters Time to Grow
Many authors like to come on strong with secondary characters. Like it’s an art they want to show they’ve mastered. Yes, you should come on strong with all characters by creating memorable details, but don’t deliver an information dump that halts the story'...

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Writing tips & tricks

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What NOT to Write in Your Story Opening
Writers, you need to wow the reader from page one, especially if you are trying to get an agent or editor in traditional publishing. So here are a few tips of what NOT to do in your opening. Never start your story with: 1. The "to be" verb variations: what ...
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