Is Your Story A Bit Lazy? 5 Ways to Improve the Action in your Story – by Meghan Ward…

on Anne R. Allen:

Page-turners aren’t the only books that employ action.

In every story the characters’ actions drive the narrative forward. Without action, a book would be a series of scenes full of dialogue and description, a literary Dinner with Andre that would put the reader straight to sleep.

Writing Action, a book I co-wrote with my colleagues at the Writers Grotto, outlines several ways to infuse your short story or novel with action:

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