Adding "And Then The Murders Began" As The Second Sentence Of Any Book Makes It Instantly Better

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Starting off a new book is no mean feat. Some people recommend you something that you might want to read and usually say the same thing every time, “it starts off a bit slow but it gets so good. Trust me”. But who wants to start a book boringly?

It would be handy if there was a handy little way to make a book’s intro immediately interesting. And hey, you know what? There is!

Marc Laidlaw came up with a very efficient way to make sure every book is a good one using just one sentence…

Genius. But does it work?

It also works for the Bible. In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And then the murders began.

So yeah, it does work.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments!

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