Why the First Sentence Often Needs to Be Simple

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By Jordan Jolley for A Writer’s Path. The first sentence of any story is important. It is what makes the reader want to read more. It draws him into the story and lets him know what kind of world he is about to enter.

The most effective thing the first sentence should do is set the tone of the story. If you are writing a horror story, you can create the imagery for…

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Why the First Sentence Often Needs to Be Simple

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