Keep a Good Pace

by Sare
(TX)

The reader needs a steady dose of interesting as the story moves on. Often times, I find that somewhere in the middle of a story, things are dragging on and on and on... (and on and on)

When reading a story, it's not fun to have a whole bunch of facts dumped on you, but neither is waiting forever to know more details. Keeping a good pace when revealing parts and pieces of the story will help a lot.

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