Just wrote this little aside that I liked and wanted to share. It’s from book two in the series, in rewrites as I type, and occurs almost entirely in Portia’s head. Let me know what you think? The next morning was a Saturday, and found me on the floor of my living room with several maps of London spread in front of me. I was circling and marking areas that I still needed to explore, some in the poorer areas of the city that my grandmother had grown up in.
A knock at the door
I was writing a scene where Portia hops in a cab to get from Scotland Yard to Downing Street, but it occurred to me that those locations might not be far apart – glad I checked! #Britain #downingstreet #portiaadams #travel #scene #scotlandyard #british
First a wikipedia definition in case not everyone uses the same term: Flashback (narrative), in literature and dramatic media, an interjected scene that takes the narrative back in time from the current point The Writers Digest has a great post about this issue in which they offer 3 tips: Your flashback should follow a strong scene. (so the flashback should not be your FIRST scene, though lots of TV shows start that way, with a scene from the future that makes no sense, and t