Hey guys, Just curious as to what (generally speaking) demands a new chapter? If your MC was to begin a journey, however long or short, and you wished to cut out the actual journey itself, would a line space before a new paragraph suffice? (I typically use indented paragraphs). I am currently reading book two of the Inheritance series, and Paolini often uses a line space between paragraphs to indicate a new scene, in place of his normal indentation. I suppose making the following scene a new chapter would essentially make it a 'page turner', (in my case, the journey is suspenseful, being that it involves a consequence of death should they not make it back) however the scene preceding it is quite short, possibly only a page, and this seems downright wrong in my opinion. Thoughts?