So I obviously knew what would happen. Still, a certain scene got me. By that, I mean it made me weepy. It was near the beginning, when Katniss volunteers for Prim, and Effie encourages the crowd to applaud.
Mac on 07 Jan at A action story that rolls from one Punisher-esque action sequence to another will probably get pretty tedious. If the story is in third-person narration, you could also focus a chapter on a few of the villains.
How do they react to someone new waltzing in and blowing up their stuff? Where do they begin looking for him? Over the course of the book, it will probably be most dramatic if the gangs start an inept, bumbling hunt for him and only gradually begin to put it together.
Or actually a group of people.
One way to ratchet up the tension is that they narrowly get closer and closer to discovering who he really is. He probably lives nearby. David on 07 Jan at 1: How long are novels usually and how do you do chapters?
Holliequ on 07 Jan at 1: Books for younger audiences can be 50, words and under, but I think older readers expect a longer work than that.
I think my average is about 1, words. Mac on 07 Jan at 3: However, the manuscript itself will probably be slightly longer to compensate for what the publisher will edit out.
Could you clarify that a bit? What sort of information are you looking for?
Like he stumbled his way home and what do you know, the elevator is out. So he remembered the night in great detail as he made his way up. And like on the third floor, he passed out as his roommate helped him up the stairs. He will go out and take down a dealer.
In return for mercy, the dealer tells Vir that the boss is going to meet his brother in Surry. Vir will follow them, hide in the darkness, follow them some more and then blow up their weapons stash.
I think that sounds good.Lead us to care about the character, so that when she dies, we’ll mourn. You can't write a sad death scene, you can only create a character whose death we’ll mourn. Threats against Bush at public protests.
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Sep 02, · gore outweighs sad. if the death is gory, it will NOT be sad. You can SAY it was bloody (like getting eaten from the inside out, or having his head crush) but you should NOT describe it. Save you descriotive prose for describing the feeling of the caninariojana.com: Open.
And that's what I want to know: how to show (not tell) a crying or sad scene without using sentimentalism?
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