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A logline should tell the reader who's the lead character, what they want, and what's standing in their way. Because I don't know what your lead character wants, it's difficult to tell what the story is about. I can see it has something to do with magic apples, but not sure what the magic apples doRead more
"When he's hired to track down a mysterious beast who has been terrorizing the people of the Kabyle mountains, a professional hunter soon finds the tables turned when he and his crew become the hunted."
You should always think about writing the logline from the perspective of the lead character: for instance.You write (Revision 1): A righteous entrepreneur dies mysteriously while battling autocratic leader...From the lead character's point of view: When his best friend is murdered while battling anRead more