So I always find that when I start a novel it seems to be moving kind of fast. This is when I need to introduce the reader to characters, lives they know nothing about, sometimes entire new worlds. I always feel like I'm hurling too much information at the reader at once, and once I've gotten past this the story settles into a better rythm. Maybe it's just one of those things I need to sort out in editing, but I've noticed this same thing in novels that I've read recently. So what are your thoughts on pacing at this early stage? Do you think it's fine to get the information out their quick-like and be done with it, or do you prefer to distribute it more evenly throughout the story? Do you have the same problem as me? Got any tips for over-coming it?