How To Add a Time Jump To Your Story — A Writer’s Path

by Meg Dowell Stories are different from real life in a lot of ways. One major difference is that stories don’t move from one day to the next in chronological order. Stories cover significant events, which sometimes occur days, weeks, months, maybe even years apart. You might need to implement a time jump […]

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