How to Start your StoryThis is how to start your story
May I start my story with a vision?
If you believe in your story, go ahead. And if you don't, then make a story you really believe in. As an author, if you don't believe in your story, how will your readership believe it? If you start with a fantasy, the readership is either transferred to another planet or simply connected to the story.
I' ve even begun to write a story that begins with a vision. Well, the fantasy is pretty irrational as a true fantasy. Beginning with a nightmare can therefore help to capture the moods of the readership quite well. It would be loved by the folks. It' going to be the whole tragedy that every readership will enjoy.
Everyone wants to start their read with imagination. You said yours is a romance, so the dreams can be either a fun or a complete tragedy! You know, so that the reader can have a say! You would smile as you would notice that you have typed part of your daily trauma chore!
Well, if your dreams have something to do with the other! The day begins with a nightmare! Lovelong begins with a vision! Destination begins with a vision! The journey of this lifetime begins with a vision! Well, history? The story is your fantasy and your creativeness. So if the episode is related to the following part of the story, arouses interest and includes the readers, there will probably be no disillusion.
Simply continue:) and colour your story with your own wishes! Sometimes a story starts with a flashback, sometimes with dreaming. You do what is best for your story and see if it matches. I' m not against fantasy shots. Catherine nip 3 I began with it and it worked very well. But that was because I had already created the character with catnips 1 and 2 and my reader knew who the protagonists were and reacted positively to the film.
So, do what's best for your novel and see how it goes.