Hi, everybody! Long time, no see. After living in the woods all summer I've finally returned to writing. My book opens immediately with action, with a vivid scene of the main character standing over two dead soldiers. From then on out the action continues, where he flees and is perused by more soldiers. I've been having difficulties doing character development in this opening part. So far I've been using his actions to show what kind of person he is, and having one or two sentence asides where certain things trigger memories or relative information. It is my goal that by the end of the first sequence, where he's eventually captured and caught, that the audience has a fairly good understanding of him. As much info as I have presented, I am looking for more ways where I can insert information/backstory without it seeming out of place the narrative losing its flow. Any suggestions?