We sat, legs crossed, around a campfire on a summer night. Surrounded by woods and miles from home, we listened to a story of teens in a car on a country road. We could hear the gravel crunching under the tires as the couple sped away from the terrifying vagabond. We screamed when we heard about the hook in the door handle.
Here are a few reminders about how to get your hook into your readers. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.)
The Common Elements of Good Storytelling