Comment to 'WRITING with PURPOSE'
  • Interesting.

    I've usually heard that it is best for a premise to be asked as an open question, rather than the final conclusion. The theory is that a predefined conclusion makes the work more likely to come across as preachy, whereas an open question allows all characters - protagonists, antagonists, other - to explore a wider array of permutations around the premise.

    I'm not saying you will fall into that trap, only that it is a risk.

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