May 25, 2018 · 9:45 am
Writers in the Storm often supply good lessons. This is a particularly cogent first-page critique that takes aim at some my worst foibles: too many metaphors, authorial intrusions, details readers don’t need, details they do need–what about you? How would you rate this first page?
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2 responses to “Working on Your First Page? Here’s Good Advice”
Thanks for sharing Laura’s post! – for Writers in the Storm