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This book will help you to write a fight scene which is entertaining as well as realistic and leaves the reader breathless with excitementThe book suggests a six part structure to use as blueprint for your scene and reveals tricks how to combine fighting with dialogue which senses to use when and how and how to stir the reade Women shriek and get hysterical before fighting Men trade terse insults like Bastard Just one of many gems from this one Also when opposite sex police officers fight together the woman finishes off the fight while the man is there to help her so others won t see her cry

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Writing Fight Scenes

R's emotions You'll decide how much violence your scene needs what's the best location how your heroine can get out of trouble with self defence and how to adapt your writing style to the fast pace of the actionThere are sections on female fighters male fighters animals and weres psychological obstacles battles duels brawls r At first glance this books seems to be basic but as you progress you find that it gets and specific about POVs gender perspective setting as well as choice of words which work to serve different functions spookiness foreboding triumph etc What I regret is not having read it before writing my second book Not too late as I will need it for my third one Thank you Rayne Hall

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Iots and final showdowns For the reuirements of your genre there is even advice on how to build erotic tension in a fight scene how magicians fight how pirates capture ships and much You will learn about different types of weapons how to use them in fiction and how to avoid embarrassing blunders The book uses British spelling Rayne Hall writes well and offers links to various YouTube videos for you to see the various styles and weapons in use She explains things with her usual care and gives plenty of examples As she puts it she gives you enough research to bluff your way through a fight scene on many different styles weapons and the two main types of fight scenes Entertaining and gritty She also gives a short list at the end of each chapter of blunders to avoid In my opinion this is an excellent reference book to have on hand when writing fight scenes


10 thoughts on “Writing Fight Scenes

  1. says:

    Women shriek and get hysterical before fighting Men trade terse insults like “Bastard” Just one of many gems from this one Also when opposite sex police officers fight together the woman finishes off the fight while the man is there to help her so “others won’t see her cry”

  2. says:

    A complete encyclopedia on writing fight scenesThis book is an excellent resources for writers of every genre from sweet and soft romance to ho

  3. says:

    As a martial artist with moderate proficiency in three separate weapons four if you include guns and also a LARPer who LARPS in costume with weapons I didn't think there would be a whole lot this book would add to my existin

  4. says:

    This is a fabulous book Highly recommended for any novelist who needs to incorporate fighting into their work Hall offers a vast arr

  5. says:

    At first glance this books seems to be basic but as you progress you find that it gets and specific about POVs gender perspective setting as well as choice of words which work to serve different functions spookiness foreboding triumph etc What I regret is not having read it before writing my second book Not too late as I will need it for my third one Thank you Rayne Hall

  6. says:

    I thought this an excellent book I am not a fighter not trained in any form of violence but there comes a time in writing when violence needs to be addressed Rayne Hall is honest about her limitations she has learnt some fighting skills but this is a book about writing fight scenes not about learning fighting skillsI have read it through fairly swiftly to see what there is that will aid me A lot the second read will b

  7. says:

    Success in a fight depends on three factors Strength Strategy Skill To win a fight your protagonist needs at least one of them Otherwise a good outcome is implausible Writing Fight Scenes by Rayne Hall is an encyclopedia of writing tips tricks and knowledge about the writing fight scenes regardless of the genre you have in mind It's truly a

  8. says:

    Rayne Hall writes well and offers links to various YouTube videos for you to see the various styles and weapons in use She explains things with her usual care and gives plenty of examples As she puts it she gives you enough research to bluff your way through a fight scene on many different styles weapons and the two main types of fight scenes Entertaining and gritty She also gives a short list at the end of eac

  9. says:

    As ever with Rayne Hall’s guides this book is packed with useful information Who knew there were so many variations I doubt I’ll use most of it but it will be a useful reference book to refer back to

  10. says:

    Knowing how to write a good fight scene for a fantasy author is the euivalent of knowing how to write a love sce