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Write the right synopsis that doesn't confuse.

  Last time i suggested you tell us something about 'who is telling your story'...in other words your main protagonist. But you want to tell about all the other intriguing characters you have created. Don't!  Don't give us the full cast list, don't give many names, at all. Your page will look cluttered and make your synopsis confusing and difficult to understanblue flower

Less is certainly more in this respect.

Writing synopsis: don't lose the plot

Now is the time to tell us about the plot of your novel. Make this as simple as possible. You may have written intriguing twists and turns and subplots. Leave them out. You only need to give the major plot points to demonstrate what your novel is about and how you have tackledblue flower moving the story forward. 


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