So everyone thinks that writers just sit down and the words flow from keyboard to screen. Wrong! Kelly Bryson clearly illustrates the angst writers endure over the opening paragraph. She uses several examples from her own work on The Evolution of an Opening Paragraph to explain why some versions worked for her and why others didn’t. It’s an excellent example of the writing process in action.
For more of Kelly’s novel, Pulse, click the link for Ink Well: Where Writers Think Aloud.
Copyright 2009 Teresa Frohock