How to Use Tension to Keep Your Readers Engaged in the Story, Renea Guenther, Planning Your Novel, Story Development, Conflict, Tension, Revisions and Editing, Revision
Conflict, Planning Your Novel, Revision, Revisions and Editing, Story Development, Tension

How to Use Tension to Keep Your Readers Engaged in the Story

by Renea Guenther @ReneaGuenther Just as a story thrives on conflict, it also thrives on the tension created by that conflict. Tension creates a sense of unknown and leaves the readers wondering what is going to happen next. It is vital to keeping the story alive in the reader’s mind, and to do so, there… Continue reading How to Use Tension to Keep Your Readers Engaged in the Story

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How to Develop Your Story's Conflict to Its Full Potential, Renea Guenther, Planning Your Novel, Story Development, Conflict, Revisions and Editing, Revision
Conflict, Planning Your Novel, Revision, Revisions and Editing, Story Development

How to Develop Your Story’s Conflict to Its Full Potential

by Renea Guenther @ReneaGuenther Stories thrive on the conflict between the protagonist, the world, and the people in it. It’s what it’s all about, and you can’t have a story without it, or there would be nothing to hold the story together and give it purpose or to entertain our readers. Throughout the story, the… Continue reading How to Develop Your Story’s Conflict to Its Full Potential