Authorship, Publishing, Books and More

Writing Challenge-Day 25-Chapter Three

Did you get chapters one and two finished?

You’ve started on the road to writing a book, you’ve pulled your reader in, built some suspense, given the story the I must read on quality and now it’s on to chapter three.

Most agents and editors want to see the first three chapters before they request a complete manuscript. Think about how you’ll make chapter three so intriguing (and it’s not just mystery books that do that), that they want to see how the rest of the story plays out.

Happy writing.

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