Launching Into Scenes with Action

For those of you interested in getting some tips to help with launching into action scenes in your writing, have a read of this post. It may be just what you need!

Written for Writer’s Digest by Jordan Rosenfeld and published in October 2017. Jordan Rosenfeld is the author of the writing guides Make A Scene Revised and Expanded Edition, Writing the Intimate Character, Writing Deep Scenes with Martha Alderson, A Writer’s Guide to Persistence, and Write Free with Rebecca Lawton. She is also the author of suspense novels Women in Red, Forged in Grace, and Night Oracle. Jordan’s articles and essays have been published in such places as The Atlantic, mental floss, The New York Times, New York Magazine, Pacific Standard, Quartz, Scientific American, Writer’s Digest, The Writer, and more. Visit her website or follow her on Twitter.

“All great novels and stories start out with a mere idea. Maybe it’s a large idea that spans centuries and crosses continents, … to read more

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4 thoughts on “Launching Into Scenes with Action

    1. Thank you for your comment. I am learning more everyday, and I like to share what I have learnt. As an editor and proofreader, my aim is to help authors get their stories to readers.


    1. Thank you for finding me! : ) I’m glad you are finding my blog interesting, and thank you for the compliment. : )


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