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  1. #11
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    It might look strange having an epilogue at the beginning, but if that works with your story arc, then why not go for it? Does this event in your 'prologue' happen at the chronological end of your story?

    Yes, it does. That's why I'm finding the right description a slight problem



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    Thanks everyone. Much appreciate the feed-back. Prompt and constructive.

    I'm clear now on how the book will start.

    The opening will be Prologue - underneath that one word will be 'November 2005.' Then Chapter One follows headed ' Nearly two years earlier.' I think I'll be happy with that.

    Best wishes to all.

    AMOS aka Hansen Nees.

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