In the earlier versions of my books, most of the conflict was internal, you read the main character’s thoughts as they struggle with decisions. However, most readers wanted more, so I added real action.
Here is a sample from “Roswell: First Contact”:
As Malcolm exited the ship, his heart began racing. His hands felt clammy again. I’m a private going to see a general. They’re never going to let me see him. I wish I could use the invisibility, but if I suddenly appear, they are likely to label me a threat and shoot first. I have to stick to the plan.
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