How To Make Non-Action Scenes Standout

A scene where you have thinking or dialogue going on can sometimes be a down point in your story, but there are ways to captivate your readers with these scenes and keep their interest peaked.

This video gives essential tips on how to ratchet up the tension and excitement in those scenes to keep your readers turning the pages.

Making Slow Scenes Exciting

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