Are you struggling with the first chapter of your novel? Are you unsure how to start it or what to include?
There are specific elements that need to be included in a first chapter to hook readers. You don’t want to lose prospective readers because you didn’t include all the necessary components in you first chapter.
You only get one chance to make a first impression!
Most readers will only give you a chapter to entice them–some only give you a page. A page? How can you hook a reader/editor in just a page? Start by making every word count.
Learn how to entice readers! I can show you how.
I love to write, but I also love to teach. So I’ve created StoryHelp, a new hub for my writing fiction courses, and I’ve just launched, Writing a Fantastic First Chapter, where you will learn all the necessary components to compel readers to not only read your first chapter but to keep reading your novel.
For example, you must include a hook.
What is a hook?
It is the “something” that entices a reader to start reading your book. It has to be interesting, intriguing, and capture the reader’s attention. Your hook should grab your reader and not let her go.
In my course, I go through each component so you’ll understand exactly what you need to include.
You can learn more about it here.
For a limited time, I’m offering it at a discounted price, but I’ll raise the price soon, so hurry and enroll today!
Don’t risk losing your readers. Take this course and learn what you need to include in your first chapter. You’ll receive all the tools necessary to make your first chapter irresistible.