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Technique

Skills such as pacing, tension, conflict, dialog, foreshadowing, point of view, and world-building are all part of your writing technique.

Flashback star
The articles in this subsection pertain to the flashback, an advanced writing technique in which a scene happening in the present transitions to a scene happening in the past.

Show Characterization Without Slowing The Pacing star
The last thing a writer wants is to slow the pacing of the story with a lot of descriptive freight.So how do you show characterization and keep the story moving? You do it in strategic glimpses, woven into the action. You can do it with dialog, thoughts, decisions, and actions.

What is Point of View in Fiction? star
Point of view (or viewpoint) refers to how your character conveys your story. The perspective that you choose affects how much information you can offer the readers and how emotionally engaging you can make your story.

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