My writing friend Julia Mozingo posed a question about story beginnings at the SCYAW Yahoo group page.
Just last Tuesday, I changed the beginning of NEVЯLAND.
Originally, the protagonist was pounding on a locked bathroom door.
She's 13-years-old, right at the age when children begin to transcend from fearing God and Parents into having little to no fear at all.
What would you do in such a situation? Wait, or cross against the red light?
Have you changed a beginning because your original start just didn't feel right?
Tell me what you would do at such a red light and why you changed your beginning, and I'll tell you what my character does and why I changed the beginning of NEVЯLAND.
See you on the bookshelves.
Larry Mike Garmon
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