Most writers will identify with this post written by Travis Richardson on Writing Wranglers and Warriors. Even if you’re not a writer, I think you’ll enjoy it.
Did you hear the one about the writer walking through door? Well, unless he/she was a drunk who bumped into the door instead of opening it, there is a high possibility that you haven’t, as most entrances are relatively insignificant. But in fiction, specifically crime fiction, walking through a door often introduces new characters or is part of an action sequence. Originally I had planned to document 25 great entrances, but with the time being as short as it is, I’m settling with these ten. I hope you enjoy them.
Edgar Allen Poe: Tell-Tale Heart
I thought we should start the list of door entering authors with the master of horror and father of the mystery. Tell-Tale Heart is a favorite of mine for the narrator’s egomaniacal insanity. Below, Poe documents the man’s feverish glee as he is about to commit a senseless murder.
Upon the eighth night I…
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