How to Make Thinking & Talking Scenes Interesting [Novel Boot Camp 14]

Scenes that involve the character thinking or talking (reactive scenes) have a tendency to become boring or meandering. In this video I go over how to structure your reactive scenes to keep them engaging.

Comment Question: Do you find it difficult to write engaging reactive scenes?

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One thought on “How to Make Thinking & Talking Scenes Interesting [Novel Boot Camp 14]

  1. Marlene Wilson Bierworth says:

    Glad to see you got the video up and running. It was excellent as usual. Your head is so full of writing knowledge. Thank you for sharing your insights.
    Grammar question: When you were reading from the book I noticed her thoughts (talking aloud to herself) were in quotations. Is that necessary?

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