Great Opening Paragraph 103… ‘The Guest Cat’ #amwriting #FirstPara

Takashi Hiraide“At first it looked like low-lying ribbons of clouds just floating there, but then the clouds would be blown a little bit to the right and next to the left.”
‘The Guest Cat’ by Takashi Hiraide 

Try one of these 1st paras & discover a new author:-
‘Couples’ by John Updike
‘Queen Camilla’ by Sue Townsend
‘Jamrach’s Menagerie’ by Carol Birch

And if you’d like to tweet a link to THIS post, here’s my suggested tweet:
THE GUEST CAT by Takashi Hiraide #books via @SandraDanby

4 thoughts on “Great Opening Paragraph 103… ‘The Guest Cat’ #amwriting #FirstPara

  1. Peter Wells aka Countingducks

    The opening sentence and paragraph are beyond important these days, I certainly agree. Holding a reader’s attention is not easy, but first you have to engage their interest and if you just wander into the story line, that will never happen. Thank you for stirring my thought processes 🙂



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