Write Your Novel In A Year – Week 40: 3 Rules You Can Break To Start Your Story


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  1. Eva Blaskovic

    Thank you for addressing the “nevers.” Such rules stemmed from these types of beginnings being overdone, clichéd, or uninteresting. But if an opening is unique, captivating, and relevant to the story, then who is to say it is wrong? A “never do this” rule ultimately limits the creativity of writing.

  2. Anthony Ehlers

    Well put, Eva. I couldn’t agree more.

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