The Texture of Urgency: How to Deeply Engage Your Readers From the First Page to the Last

Urgency is not unique to thrillers and not always a function of a fast pace. Urgency drives all fiction and a slow-moving passage can have you at the edge of your seat. Urgency may sit deep inside the subtext of a scene, manifest in a character’s motivation or show in the ambiance of a setting. In fact, urgency is the very fabric of your novel. It is what engages readers in your plot and makes them care about your characters’ plight. So, how do you create that sense of urgency? This session with...
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