Posted on 11/02/2020 at 03:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
How many times have you politely nodded at your conversational partner, wondering when she or he will get to the point?
Or, worse yet, how many times have you waited in vain for a point of any significance?
That very well may be what your story feels like, to a reader or book coach like C.S. Lakin.
You can prevent that by ensuring your premise is strong and located in the right spot (spoiler: that spot is early).
To help you achieve that, Lakin explains the role of a premise and how to use it to create your single-sentence story concept in a post at Live Write Thrive.
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