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Each chapter practically writes itself. Your benefits? You spend less time–onehalf the edits; you write more focused, rich language chapters; and you answer the questions your hungry readers want to know. 39 The following are questions for fiction writers to answer in writing. Answer only the ones that apply to your book. Just write one or two questions per category and answer in long hand or put notes on your computer. Keep these notes by your computer when you are ready to write the first draft.
Share your main character’s desires, goals, and dreams in the beginning. Show the emotional tug of war. Reveal your character’s problems and fears. What is she afraid of losing? What worries him? Make this chapter shine by showing your main character’s obstacles. Include conflict (see below) to give your story plenty of action. Author’s Tip: The biggest mistake emerging and seasoned authors make is to not have enough action in their story. Your audience today wants action. You must grab your reader by the collar, draw them into your character’s world, and provoke their continued interest through conflict.
Good storytellers admire this classic beginning. This opening really hooks the reader. It offers a preview of the most intense conflict. One memoir started with the brutal divorce; the other chapters told of how the heroine grew into a successful life. After chapter one, you go back in time to show how the mess got started. Don’t choose this if the conflict should surprise the reader in the middle of the story. 4. Begin with the Now and Go Back to Then Here, you begin the action in the present day such as attending a wedding, funeral, or reunion.