Learn How To Self-Edit #AuthorToolboxBlogHop Tension and Conflict

Check out these great editing tips from Kristina Stanley’s blog.


Nano Blog and Social Media Hop2Thank you, Raimey Gallant for organizing the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop. Today is the 6th post of this new series!

This is a monthly blog hop on the theme of resources/learning for authors: posts related to the craft of writing, editing, querying, marketing, publishing, blogging tips for authors, reviews of author-related products, anything that an author would find helpful.

To continue hopping through other great blogs in the monthly #AuthorToolboxBlogHop or to join, just hop on over to Ramey Gallant!

I’ll focus my entire series on self-editing. Here is what I’ve covered so far in the series:

  1.  Why Learn To Self-Edit
  2. Characters In The Context of Editing.
  3. Emotional Impact of Setting
  4. Opening A Scene
  5. Purpose of a Scene

Today’s topic is TENSION & CONFLICT in each scene

Tension and conflict will keep your reader engaged in every scene.

Tension is the threat of something bad happening.

Tension can be subtle or in-your-face.

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