Keeping readers onboard as you write

A talk by Daniel Wallace

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Writers generally worry a lot about not boring the reader; instead, we should worry more about not confusing the reader. It is far easier to leave a reader unsure what is happening than most craft guides suggest. Here's how to design a great chapter for your novel that will keep your reader on board.

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