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So when should you consider breaking the 'no prologue' rule? Here's a handy checklist of when you might consider including a prologue in your book.

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Having a clear idea of what your characters' conflicts are and how they're going to overcome them is the basis of your character arcs. In resolving their internal conflicts, your characters learn and grow. This gives them depth, makes them real people as oppose...

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