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Charles Salzberg and Vincent Zandri take on the following:John Lansing David McCaleb and jim Nesbit 

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Endings/ beginnings/ middle

 

When creating your plot do you create the ending or start from the beginning first 

How do you create that opening paragraph to capture interest

Is it a scene with or without dialogue

Do you always fit your main character in this scene or is it the killer or someone else

All too often after reading so many books at times in the middle they drag, veer away from the main plot or the middle drags out you can’t wait for the ending: how do you avoid that 

When creating your middle of a novel how fo the characters help to move the action from slowing down

What about the villain?

Suspense is hard and making sure readers don’t figure out who the killer is can be difficult:?how do you prevent this from happening?

What is the most difficult part of writing a novel: beginning middle end or just determining the main storyline and keeping it moving?

What are you presently working on and what is giving you a hard time

What is next for you'll

Where can we learn more about you and your work

 

Add presenting character point of view : how many

Creating fear in the reader throughout

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