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Flashbacks with Kristina Stanley

  • S1E59
  • 04:52
  • December 16th 2020

Whether you’re a fiction writer or professional editor, this series is for you!

A flashback takes the reader from the current time to a previous time. This usually happens quickly, and then they are returned to the present. A flashback is written as an active scene.

Discover how to use the element "Flashbacks" in a fiction story and learn how you can improve your writing now.

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