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accepted How to give the readers breathing space, without putting them to sleep?
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comment What to do if I can't meet my chapter word count?
@Lauren, when plotting, I divide my story into scenes, and put those scenes into chapters. And then I set a word count target for each. This is to know how long my book will be- as usually they always end up short
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asked What to do if I can't meet my chapter word count?
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revised How to give the readers breathing space, without putting them to sleep?
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comment How to give the readers breathing space, without putting them to sleep?
Thanks @Kate, but you are talking about building tension, while my question is how to give the readers breathing space after a scene of tension.
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asked How to give the readers breathing space, without putting them to sleep?
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accepted How do I keep the plot interesting in a humorous book?
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted 2nd draft- rewrite from scratch?
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accepted How does the 10,000 hour rule apply to writing?
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accepted how many books by new authors get published every year?
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accepted Is there a quick way to know I have created a Mary Sue?
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accepted Should I start work on a sequel before I have sold my book?
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asked How do I keep the plot interesting in a humorous book?
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awarded  Nice Question
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asked Is there a quick way to know I have created a Mary Sue?
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answered What's a typical trilogy structure?
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awarded  Necromancer
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revised Can I shop an unfinished novel?
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asked Should I start work on a sequel before I have sold my book?