That’s how, in writing, you turn chaos into flow. It cannot happen the same way that you would see it in your mind or on a movie screen. In writing, in order for it to make the proper movie it has to happen point by point by point, everything grouped together.
In this week’s episode, part two of our two-part series, we continue our deep dive into the importance of anchoring readers in a chaotic, action filled scene. Because of the detailed level of the material being covered, we have once again included a video version of the podcast so listeners could see what Taylor’s looking at as she speaks. Please note that this week, the video includes Taylor’s teaching only. It does not include our flub of the open or our sparkling banter during the chit-chat portion of the show.
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