Using the power of subplot in your story
This is the advice of a veteran writer for the movies. Using the subplot is a segue way to avoid the audience or reader to get bored with the long scene or sequence. The subplot can divert the story just a little bit. For example, the scene is the conflict between the protagonist and antagonist, they are in a hand-to-hand fighting. The subplot can come in to give a backgrounder of the conflict. Just take note that the subplot should be short and not very complicated.
June 26, 2018, 8:39 pm