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- Avoiding Common Manuscript Pitfalls
- Many agents and editors rely on their experience and instinct and can tell within the first page whether or not a manuscript is worth reading further. Discuss the two rough categories of red flags: narrative or structural problems and surface-level errors that can lead to a make-or-break decision before the second page. You’ll also get invaluable tips on creating a strong opening, including the pivotal first sentence.
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- Originally produced by The Great Courses in 2015
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- In English
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