Truth seekers and storytellers alike came to him.
Part of writing is figuring out how to string sentences together. It sounds super easy, any seasoned writer can tell you there are times where figuring out how to start the next sentence is a monumental task.
That’s exactly the aim of today’s exercise: giving you some practice with difficult to start sentences.
As an exercise: Write twenty-six sentences in alphabetical order. The first starts with A, the second with B, the third with C and so on. If you want to make this even more of a challenge: write a story completed in those twenty-six sentences.
A child hood friend confesses deep feelings for you. Unfortunately you’ve already sold them out to their rival.
“I’m afraid to ask what that’s a picture of.”