Modern Thrillers Revolve Around Fast-Paced Stories And Edge Of The Seat Suspense. The main character is most often faced with a seemingly impossible mission that involves powerful enemies out to undermine governments, or trained killers determined to assassinate important politicians or religious leaders, or powerful businessmen or politicians willing to destroy large groups of people or even the world.
Unlike a mystery, these nefarious plots must be foiled before they happen when writing a modern thriller.
There's a distinct pleasure to getting caught up in the world of a well-done action thriller. But as much as I love reading these books, writing them is even more satisfying!
How Many Pages Should This Scene Be? You should write at least four double-spaced pages, and up to twenty. This will give me enough to get a sense of your writing and see where your strengths and weaknesses are. I love to work with first draft material, so don't worry about making your scene "perfect".
How To Get Started: Use The Five Ingredients Of The Scene Listed Below! In the next week or so, set aside enough time to write a single scene. To guide you through the writing of this scene, there are picture prompts to use as jumping off points at the top of each of the Five Ingredients pages below.
When You're Ready To Begin Working With Emily, Just Click The Picture Below! Completing your scene is a great accomplishment! Once you've experienced working with my Five Ingredients Of The Scene, you'll know whether you'd like to work with me as your writing coach.
Just click the picture to learn what happens during our first session together.