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  1. skeloboy_97

    skeloboy_97 Senior Member

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    Rapidly writing ...

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by skeloboy_97, Aug 19, 2011.

    Does anyone Else find that when writing an action /fast paced scene, you will tend to go ahead with the story at a very rapid pace? For instance, tonight, I just wrote an action scene of 1800 words in less than an hour. I found this really good for me.

    What are your thoughts?
     
  2. Pea

    Pea super pea!

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    I find it difficult to write action scenes, so it takes a lot longer for me. It's great that you did 1800 words though.
     
  3. Melzaar the Almighty

    Melzaar the Almighty Contributing Member Contributor

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    I'll write things fast more whether I'm inspired to write them fast than anything else. If I was lagging on an action scene because I wasn't very into it then of course it'd go slowly. Likewise sometimes I fly through pages of a more descriptive, slower scene, just because I'm really excited to do it. But that's not to say I'm always one way or the other... I just write however it comes to me at the time. :) I don't think, "Oh, there's some action coming up but I can probably write that all today then move on to the next thing tomorrow..."
     

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