Sunday, July 19, 2009

Things I've Learned from Books + 11

Non-linear exposition is an excellent way to get the start of your story across . . . for at least 100 pages of reading . . . because it won't confuse your reader at all. Nope. No confusion or crossed eyes or WTF?'s. They'll get it . . . even if they have to read the book 17 times to do so.

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