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Random advice from the Napa Writers Conference (via Fog City Writer)

I can’t be in Napa so a little bit of Napa came to me. Thanks to Fog City Writer for this post from the writers’ conference!

This is just a fun list of some of the helpful tidbits I picked up while at the Napa Valley Writers’ Conference last week: – The train has to leave the station quickly at the beginning of a story. This is a clever way of saying that you need to get a plot/conflict going sooner rather than later and that your characters’ desires/goals/motivations need to be made known quickly to draw the reader into your story. If your reader gets to page 25 of yo … Read More

via Fog City Writer

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2 Responses

  1. elizabeth says:

    Thanks for the link!

  2. Chazz says:

    No. no! Thanks for writing it!

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