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Normally I don't like giving this advice with regards books (and, indeed, would tend to give quite the opposite), but in this case I feel it's warranted: Think of it like a TV show for a moment. This can be done in 2 ways: Either think of it as a single episode, where your prologue is the brief "stinger" before the title sequence starts (which ...


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Would it be better to have her meeting the guys in a flashback? Yes. Or if it's possible, mention the meeting in at most two or three sentences. All stories revolve around events in a character's life. And while a character may have experienced many life-shaping firsts - the first meeting with a vampire, the first kiss, the first Tae-Kwon-Do lesson - not ...


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