I wrote about using one-line story summaries to craft craft better stories in Using One-Line Summaries to Write Better Stories.
The next question is “How does the story come together on the page?” Note: we’re continuing with the work we did in Using One-Line Summaries to Write Better Stories.
You have to give the reader a reason to read the story. Reasons to read a story are varied and pretty much all come down to the reader asking themselves these questions:
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