Day 5 // The Hook

Yesterday, we discussed the importance of the first sentence, but I believe the hook is even more important than that first line. A book becomes a page-turner when a writer has the ability to hook us and to keep us hooked.

Today, I’m going to talk about that hook. For this post, I’ve selected an article from the Writer’s Digest that I absolutely adore: 10 Ways to Hook your Reader (and Reel them in for Good).

I went through those ten ways, (which are more like steps, really) and tried to see how Suzanne Collins, consciously or not, used those steps in The Hunger Games (a book that hooked me from page one to the very last).

Here goes.

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lifeless

it was like that

it was lungs so fragile they could rip

and a heart so angry it would grip

it was like this

it was leaves on the ground so lifeless

and the urge to kneel down and notice

 

 

 

September Writing Group

Are you, like me, a writer hoping to tackle your writing goals for September? We should totally motivate and support each other!

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Throughout the month of September, I’ll be posting updates of my writing progress, quotes and videos that are keeping me motivated, and fun writing tags to get to know more about other writers’ WIP!

So if that’s something you’re interested in being part of, Continue reading “September Writing Group”

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