Throughlines

I first heard about throughlines (in fiction) last year (2012). Today, I am focusing on my own, making sure that the unraveling of story is perfectly paced. To me it’s about keeping a story connection going, a character’s development; managing the revealing of information and then tying it up (or not) at the right time and place. It’s not an easy thing to understand but it’s important, that much I know.

The other thing I’m thinking of is Muriel Spark’s sentiment of never apologise, never explain.

Never apologise, never explain.

Never apologise, never explain.

Never apologise, never explain.

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