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An article explaining the importance of a good first line, especially when writing short stories for competition.

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be excellent, but if your opening line doesn’t hook your reader, there’s every chance they won’t read on to find out if the rest is any good or not. A first line should tell the reader something about a story. It should be intriguing, well delivered, and should capture the interest of the reader. It has to make them want to know where this is going to lead. Nobody, and especially not the judge of a short story competition, wants to read an opening line that is bland and meaningless. So, while you might think your first line sets the scene, be careful not to use sentences like ‘it was a col

Written by: sampriestley Uploaded Date: 9th Feb 2009 Words: 525
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