Hello again, my pretties. Class 2.2 of Working Around with Prose is now posted. In it, I use the topic of "pre-writing" as an excuse to dispense all sorts of advice about your project. Pre-writing is like research; a lot of it never makes it into the first draft, but you have to do it all in order to find that one piece-of-gold idea or detail that DOES make it in.
After that, I laid down some ways of thinking about the opening paragraphs of your project. It's important. It should introduce readers to your protagonist, and give a sense of how the protagonist's flaw(s) is (are) totally their life.
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