We’ve been discussing how to set up your novel, how to get things going within, and one of those things we’re focusing on is the outline and research being conducted. Whether you are outlining your novel or not, the important thing to remember is how you will be drawing out those chapters. In other words, you don’t want to have your reader knowing what is going to happen to your character before it’s written.
This is important. You want the reader’s attention and you’ll want to hold it, push them to turn the page, and not give everything at once. Draw the suspense out; keep them hanging on to your every word until the end. In order to achieve this, the planning your conduct for your novel must be structured before you begin. Some ways to do this are as follows:
The basic moral of this post is to make sure that you are not only relaying the true emotions of your characters, opening them up for your reader to understand – but also making the story something that will stick out to your reader for months, years, a lifetime to come.