It is perfect for the thriller or action adventure story in novels.
I found that my skill as a screenwriter came in handy when I wrote my first thriller novel.
This is a guest post by Jennifer Chase, author of the novel Dead Cold I love movies. I have always enjoyed all genres of movies—with my preference for the mystery, suspense, and thriller flicks of course.
There was no doubt that my movie enthusiasm (specifically the 1980s action films like Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, Terminator, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Predator, Rambo, and many more) helped to shape my novel writing style.
But I can please point out the evidence that they MIGHT be dating?
It's no different with lithe, graceful figure skater Vanessa James who, along with her partner Morgan Cipres, currently represents France which, if I may point out, has an insanely diverse figure-skating team.
Like, there are two elite Black women currently skating and competing internationally, and they both represent France.
What about movie inspiration for a storyline or a character in a novel?
Thriller authors can find inspiration from many different sources, such as headlines, high-profile criminals, and even interesting characters that we meet along the way. In a very simple definition, a script is comprised of action and dialogue with action/reaction as the primary building block that sets the pace of the story.