TwitterLit Advice Issue 2: Prologues


To prologue or not prologue, that is the question. Keep the prologue. Cut the prologue. Keep the prologue. Cut the prologue. Keep. Cut. keepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeeocutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcurkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcurkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcutkeepcut — Chris Travis (@ChrisTravisNYC) October 29, 2018   Agents and editors don’t hate prologues, they hate BAD prologues. It’s hard to write a good prologue, one that doesn’t reveal too much, … Continue reading TwitterLit Advice Issue 2: Prologues

TwitterLit Advice Issue 1: Writing a Synopsis


If you’re a writer, #TwitterLit is the place to be! You can connect with authors, readers, agents, editors, and publishers, get all kinds of writing / editing / querying advice, participate in Twitter pitch parties, win books, critiques, and mentorships, and so much more. If you’re not on Twitter, get on it. If you can’t, … Continue reading TwitterLit Advice Issue 1: Writing a Synopsis