Practicing creating tension doesn’t have to only surround fiction writing, because it can also be put into practice regarding internal conflict.
Create an engrossing story by encouraging anticipationAnticipation can mean more than just suspenseful language and plot twists.
It’s how your readers feel moving through your story, taking in every point and experience you or your characters have until it is finished.
To create anticipation in your story while building on tension and conflict, keep it as simple as it would be if it happened in real life.
Engaging in these tension-building techniques will allow you to have a cohesive, thought-provoking story once it is finished.

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