Conflict, Action, and Suspense

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Writer's Digest Books, 1994 - Reference - 185 pages
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Offers step-by-step instruction on how to use conflict, action, and suspense to generate drama in fiction writing, discussing stage-setting, openings, cliff-hangers, mood and atmosphere, character development, misdirection, pacing, and other techniques.

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INTRODUCTION
1
STAGESETTINGiS
29
OPENINGS35
35
Copyright

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William Noble is the author of 15 books, including Three Rules for Writing a Novel, The Twenty-Eight Biggest Writing Blunders, and Bookbanning in America. His articles have appeared in such magazines as Writer's Digest and Self. He lives in Island Heights, New Jersey.

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