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Narrative Techniques

Explore the diverse landscape of narrative techniques through our blog’s curated posts. Gain valuable insights, tips, and examples to refine your storytelling skills.

When you read a book or watch a movie, you often encounter moments that make you think twice. Situations where the outcome is drastically different from what you expected. Or ...

When you engage with a narrative, whether a timeless classic or a modern novel, you might notice moments when the environment mirrors the mood of a scene or character. This ...

Have you read Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare? Do you remember when Romeo kills himself thinking that Juliet is dead? And then Juliet kills herself too? If you do, you ...

Writing is an art that requires skill, practice, and a deep understanding of various techniques. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced writer, mastering writing techniques is crucial for ...

Do you know the Red Herring narrative technique? Maybe not. However, you may have frequently come across this Red Herring in books or films. The term “red herring” may evoke ...

As a writer, one of the most important skills to master is the art of Show, Don’t Tell. This narrative technique allows you to engage your readers on a deeper ...

Have you ever found yourself totally caught up in a book or a movie, hanging on every twist and turn of the plot? Well, that gripping element you’re feeling is ...

What is the Foreshadowing narrative technique? This is one of the more interesting techniques that consists of showing something that anticipates or foreshadows an event. In this article, we explore ...

In this era of smartphones, a very tough war is fought to get our attention (and sell us something). So, as writers, we, too, have to grab the attention of ...

Do you know the narrative technique of Eucatastrophe? It’s a perhaps less well-known narrative technique, but it can transform readers’ engagement with a story. It is a powerful tool that ...

You are reading the last chapters of the novel. You are in suspense because the protagonist is in a dead-end, with no possibility of escape. The enemy has an ax ...

In our Narrative Techniques articles, we already talk about the Flashback narrative technique. Today it is the turn of the Flash Forward narrative technique. Flashback and flashforward are two narrative ...