Fiction Writing @ BellaOnline New and experienced fiction writers can look here for articles on the writing craft such as style, characters, pacing, flashbacks, plot, viewpoint, tension, conflict, action scenes, love scenes, and dialog. Included is information on the business sid en-us Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved. Thu, 17 Apr 2014 15:08:12 EST 240 Fiction Writing @ BellaOnline What is a Flashback? A fictional flashback is an advanced writing technique that transitions from a present-day scene to a scene set in the past. It is as if the reader has gone back in time to experience an event through the eyes of a younger version of the viewpoint character. Wed, 16 Apr 2014 23:56:15 EST Self-Indulgence Can Harm Your Writing There is a well-known writing tip that advises beginning writers to pick out their favorite passage, dialog, scene, or plotline in their novel and to delete it. Your favorite material is not necessarily your best material, and it could be your worst. Sat, 12 Apr 2014 23:49:14 EST Memory Versus Flashback In fiction, what is the difference between a memory and a flashback? A memory summarizes the past, but a flashback shows an actual scene from the past which is integrated into the present-day story. Fri, 28 Mar 2014 00:56:14 EST