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Feeling a Scene
annagayle 15

Hey everyone!! Hope you all have had a good day!!

A writing tip just crossed my mind... Write based on your emotions.

Before you read into that, let me tell you something.

I hardly EVER write my books from start to finish. For instance, I might write the prologue, and then the end, and then add some from the middle... What I'm trying to say is that if you try to write a book starting at the beginning and work your way to the end, it can get boring. But if you're really "feeling" a scene...


And how do you "feel a scene"? Most of the time (at least for me) it's the emotion I'm feeling. I believe that what is in your heart is on the paper. So if something exciting happened to you, write a part of your story where your character is happy. In my opinion, it helps your character become more lifelike when you pour your emotions into him or her.

Now, I'm not saying that when you're happy, you can't write a sad scene (or vice versa). All I'm saying is it might help you.

That is part of the reason why I'm not posting any of my book that I'm working on yet. Because I'm writing sections in various parts of the book, and I'll combine it all in the end.

I hope that helped you all!! Happy writing!!

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