I am writing a scene that requires the readers to “see” it the right way (all the scenes I am writing must be seen as well). I know what the scene is about and I outlined it the way I like it. My problem is that whenever I describe the scene, the visualization seems to be vague, making the plot looks fake. Does anyone ever get that problem where they write a scenery description of what the readers need to see? In a scene, I am writing about a dude driving alone in the highway and he gets killed when a reckless driver crashes into his car. And it seems the the readers would question the plot and wouldn’t believe that it wouldn’t happen in real life (though the subplot is not the focal point of the entire story), so they would quit reading it. Anyone have any ideas on how to make narrative descriptions liner and realistic? By the way, I think I meant to post this in the General Writing section.