Realistic Action in Novels
Putting action into stories is one of those essential elements that seems like it should be easy enough to accomplish--until you actually try to write it. In "Realistic Action in Novels," Jeffrey Wilson shares techniques he uses in his action thrillers to help writers write credible, clear, and compelling action scenes in their novels.
Jeffrey Wilson is a former Naval officer who has at one time worked as an actor, a firefighter/paramedic, a jet pilot, a diving instructor, and a vascular and trauma surgeon. As a combat surgeon assigned to Naval Special Warfare (SEALs), Jeff made multiple combat deployments with an East Coast based SEAL Team and a Joint Special Operations Task Force. He is the author of three award-winning supernatural thrillers and co-author with Brian Andrews of the bestselling Tier One series of thrillers, as well as the Nick Foley series under the pseudonym Alex Ryan. He lives in Southwest Florida with his wife Wendy and their four children, where he writes furiously and continues to consult for various organizations within the Department of Defense. Learn more at www.jeffreywilsonfiction.com.
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