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Tag Archives: flashback
This week, I’ve been reviewing the season finale of ABC’s Missing, which was masterfully written by Gregory Poirier. Monday, I examined his use of flashback; Wednesday, I wrote about how he developed and maintained suspense throughout the show. The flashbacks illustrated … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged ABC, Characterization, flashback, Gregory Poirier, Missing, Suspense, Writing, writing fiction, Writing Tips 8 Comments
Excellent Example of Flashback
Although I don’t get to see it every week, I’m a fan of ABC’s Missing, starring Ashley Judd as Becca Winstone, a former CIA agent. During this season, Becca traveled the world searching for her kidnapped adult son, Michael. Although she … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged ABC, Ashley Judd, flashback, Gregory Poirier, Missing, Nancy Kress, Writing, writing fiction, Writing Tips 12 Comments