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5 Types of Opening Scenes to Make Your Story Stand Out

In this excerpt from Bring Your Fiction to Life, Karen S. Wiesner details five types of opening scenes that writers can use to get their fiction off to a strong start. The post 5 Types of Opening Scenes to Make Your Story Stand Out appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
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