I came across this interesting article On Brevity’s Nonfiction Blog. The article speaks of writing a compelling story, not just what we as writers feel would be a great story, but what it takes to make it a good story.
“We’ve all read a bad book. Most of us have read a bad published book; many of us have read a bad manuscript, perhaps a friend-of-a-friend’s, that we were obligated to read to the bitter end. And then tell the author something noncommittal and encouraging. . . Continue Reading