Last edited by kkbe; 01-30-2013 at 08:01 PM.
Reason: c-o-n-s- oh sh*t
Question One: In writing, what’s an ‘info dump’?
Answer: An info dump is exactly what it sounds like: information dumped into a story, all at once, instead of weaving it in bit by bit. Good writers don’t dump information, especially not at the beginning of a story. Good writers know that the best stories start with something actually happening.
Question Two: So why am I about to take an info dump all over this shiny new prologue?