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Recent content Moment of Clarity. Marc Eliot Stein. Have to say, there's the seed of an idea already germinating, and I will post it as soon as it's done - but definitely before the 9th. So now - to the 'grab' factor.
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The idea for the story itself has been brewing for a while, and I've been doing that 'jotting ideas and possibilities down' stage for about a year now. The problem is I can't seem to get the 'grab' factor into the opening, based on feedback from writer colleagues whose opinion I value.
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I'm not really a 'sock-it-to-'em' kind of author, y'see I tend to build things up before I get into the real action. Which is fine, because it's how I write and how I'm happy writing. But it means there's something wrong with what I'm presenting, and it made me wonder. Do I really have to grab the reader by the throat and take the main character on a don't-pause-for-breath rollercoaster ride from the first page and right through the rest of the book?