Seriously Write: BackStory is for You—the Author—to Know. Don’t be an intruder! by Caryl McAdoo
January 10, 2018
Sandra Ardoin @SandraArdoin
To develop a character, even on page one, the writer needs to know where the heroine’s been and what in her life has brought her to that day, but a reader does not. Don’t start your novel with backstory. It is unnecessary to bring the reader ‘up to speed.’ Actually, it’s a big, boring mistake.
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