I talk a lot about hooks and how important it is to hook your reader. The first sentence, first paragraph, first page, and first chapter are essential hooks. Lose the reader that early and she won’t be back.
I’m not going to get into too many details on what makes a good hook and what doesn’t. However, I’d like to show you what doesn’t work as a hook and why.
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