Writing the first line of your story is tough. Opening lines must:
- Set up the main question the reader is going to be asking all the way through
- Establish the voice of the protagonist/narrator
- Set the tone
- Ground the reader in a time or place
So, how do you make your first line reflect all these things?
Let’s look at some examples.
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