by Angela Ackerman
Writers are no stranger to pressure. In fact, the entire process of story creation is laden with it: pressure to craft characters that readers will relate to and fall in love with, pressure to pen a story that is fresh and new, pressure to market the story well so it sells and we can keep doing what we love. No problem, right?
*passes out paper bags*
Got your breath back? Good.
Sure, we all wish this career was a bit easier, but the truth is that pressure puts our feet to the fire and that’s when we do our best work.
The more we know, the better our writing becomes, so today I’d like to help with a specific point in the story that is really do-or-die: the opening.
The start of a story is a massive juggling act. We need to…
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