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The Plot Thickens: 8 Ways to Bring Fiction to Life by Noah Lukeman

4. The Ticking Clock. Adding a time limit goes a long way in creating suspense. If a student taking a test has as much time as he wants, it won’t be nearly as suspenseful as if he had sixty seconds. A ticking clock can be used in select scenes—like in the classroom—or it can also be used to frame the entire work. Some works—especially action thrillers—are propelled by this alone. Twenty-four hours to save the president (Escape from New York)-, forty-eight hours to find the criminals (48 Hours)-, thirty days to spend all the money (Brewster’s Millions), etc.

A clock needn’t literally be a ticking clock. Simply going through your work and asking yourself precisely how many days or weeks or months transpire can be tremendously helpful. Many writers are out of touch with their time line, and it has been my experience that if you ask most writers exactly how much time transpires in their work, they’ll be at a loss to answer. This is especially the case if time isn’t a major factor in the work.

Why does your work transpire over three months instead of three weeks? Why three weeks instead of three days? Believe it or not, most works can accomplish just as much over a shorter period of time. In the process, a sense of urgency will be added. There will be suspense where there was none.

 

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Author:Noah Lukeman [Lukeman, Noah]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Reference, Writing Skills

ISBN: 9780312309282

Google: ntYimQEACAAJ

Amazon: 0312309287

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Published: 2003-06-18T11:06:12+00:00
4. The Ticking Clock. Adding a time limit goes a long way in creating suspense. If a student taking a test has as much time as he wants, it won’t be nearly as suspenseful as if he had sixty seconds. A ticking clock can be used in select scenes—like in the classroom—or it can also be used to frame the entire work. Some works—especially action thrillers—are propelled by this alone. Twenty-four hours to save the president (Escape from New York)-, forty-eight hours to find the criminals (48 Hours)-, thirty days to spend all the money (Brewster’s Millions), etc.

A clock needn’t literally be a ticking clock. Simply going through your work and asking yourself precisely how many days or weeks or months transpire can be tremendously helpful. Many writers are out of touch with their time line, and it has been my experience that if you ask most writers exactly how much time transpires in their work, they’ll be at a loss to answer. This is especially the case if time isn’t a major factor in the work.

Why does your work transpire over three months instead of three weeks? Why three weeks instead of three days? Believe it or not, most works can accomplish just as much over a shorter period of time. In the process, a sense of urgency will be added. There will be suspense where there was none.

Even if you decide not to add a time pressure, it is enormously helpful to know exactly how much time transpires and what sort of use you make of it. It will help you get a handle on how much time you are allocating to which events, and in most cases, help you to better allocate this time. You will also be able to incorporate atmospherically the passing of time. For instance, knowing a certain event took place specifically on a Friday, you might incorporate your character getting off work early that day; knowing a particular event occurred during the summer, you might incorporate your character’s not hearing his phone ring because of the hum of the air conditioner. These small details will help ground the work and bring it to life.

Remember that a clock in and of itself won’t add suspense—it all depends on how you use the clock. The ticking clock is useless if the character doesn’t check it; but if he is reminded of it at every turn, it can play a major role. In Manhunter, we are given a time limit in the very first scene: The detective has three weeks until the next full moon to find the killer. From the very first minute of the film, the pressure is on. The writer didn’t even let that suffice; many scenes also have an additional time pressure of their own, for instance when the team of detectives have only twenty-five minutes to

solve a complicated riddle before a newspaper goes to press. Each time pressure propels us through each scene, while the greater time pressure propels us through the work and lends it direction.

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