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Differentiate Tension From Conflict in Fiction Writing

  • S1E57
  • 05:02
  • October 10th 2021

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

To build a series of intense moments and make readers feel they are living the experience, there must be tension in every scene. While conflict is the action that is actually happening in a scene. A physical fight, an argument, a battle to win a race. Conflict keeps readers engaged in the story. 

Discover how to use the element "Tension vs Conflict" in a fiction story and how you can improve your writing now.


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