ZIP Blog Post 2

What new questions have come up in your inquiry? Will you include these in your final presentation, or might they be saved for future research or assignments? Do these questions help narrow your focus or do they distract you from your original proposal?

During my research, while looking for different techniques to write hooks for stories, I came across an article illustrating how to write a hook for a novel later on in a series, in which the previous novel ended in a cliffhanger. There was information on how to start a story back up and make it flow nicely, while still being sure to provide background details and information from the previous books. I am not planning on including any written hooks for this specific style of hook writing in my presentation, since I would need to also write a conclusion from a previous book, and it would just get complicated. I am also not planning to include an example of this highlighted in a popular novel, since the majority of the class would have to know the backstory, which would be hard. Although this question is not furthering my inquiry, it is not distracting me from my original proposal. It is a very interesting perspective to see hook writing from, and it does fit in my question, but I just won’t be mentioning it in my final presentation.

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