{Coffee with Kara} Prologues & Epilogues: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

Anaiah Press

Happy 2019! It’s been a while since I’ve blogged here, but I’m hoping to get back to a regular schedule. I’m sad to say it won’t be every Monday like it was last year, but I do promise to be here twice a month to share book thoughts, editing tips, querying advice, and anything else that pops into my mind. So, pull up a chair and pour yourself a cup of coffee…

Today, we’re talking about prologues and epilogues. I’m sure you all know what prologues and epilogues are, so I won’t bore you with definitions. Let’s break these down one at a time, shall we?

PROLOGUES:

There’s always a lot of talk online about prologues–whether or not they’re necessary and/or will having one make your book more likely to get rejected by an agent or editor. Like so much in publishing, the answer to this is very subjective. Some…

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