I’ve been attacking this the wrong way. Trying to find the perfect introduction, a unique way of telling the story. Just write. So I am writing. Jason -OM @smokendust Visit my personal blog at https://aopinionatedman.com/
-Accept and note the areas that you have trouble with, whether they include dialogue, structure, characterization, setting, etc. Know and embrace the fact that you have room to improve.
-Pick a story or a book (or a few!) that really made an impression on you in terms of style, tone, and connection. It should be something that you don’t mind reading again, and that you would give a glowing review.
-Read the story slowly. Take your time. Figure out how that story…
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