Hi! I don't know if this has been brought up before in another thread (it probably has), but I'm going to pose the question anyhow. In the story I'm currently writing it's kind of limited how much can happen. It's basically set in the same location almost all the time, and everyday is almost the same (it's a prison). So I take big leaps in between the chapters. For example, I will have one chapter where it's autumn and then the next chapter it will be the beginning of winter. I think this is mainly because I don't know what to fill my story with The opposite would be where actions in the previous chapters is being closely continued in the next chapter. I'm wondering what is most common, as this is not really anything I have paid attention to when reading books before. Is it annoying when so much time have passed between each chapter that you are left wondering what has been going on in the time between? Hopefully I have explained this (somewhat) clearly! Any thoughts? Thanks!