There aren’t a lot of great fight scenes found in literature, mainly because they are hard to write. And no one wants to read a simple blow-by-blow account of what’s happening. In the best fight scenes, readers experience what the character is feeling, both physically and mentally. When you write a fight scene, the right verbs can bring to life to the character’s actions and thoughts. In this article Writer’s Relief found on LitHub.com, author Rita Chang-Eppig explains how to write a fight scene that will help advance the plot and reveal details about your characters.
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