Critically acclaimed thriller writer, Anthony Franze, sees some common mistakes that other thriller writers make, whether he's reviewing work from new authors or established authors. Writers will often provide too much detail with the characters or setting. It's natural as a writer to want to walk your way into a scene, following a character step by step, but he advises that less can be more. Readers can fill in the gaps so he recommends going right to the action that is going to propel the story forward.
This advice is very helpful!
So true.... Too much description is bad... got it! Thanks...
"Less can be more." Great advice.
Same. I wish I'd read this two months ago!
Why did I never think about these? I've made so many of these mistakes!
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