(Hayden, ID USA)
I'm approaching the writing of my novel from a very 'visual' aspect. As I write I imagine watching the scene appear as if on a screen. My novel has two stories running concurrently - one in the present, the other in the past.
That being said, in any given chapter where I want to 'switch cameras' - changing from one scene to another, I am presently using a line space to do so.
I have a niggling feeling this is the wrong procedure and hope you may be able to help me out of this hole which I am digging deeper for myself.
Moments later he observed the ladder being raised, wobbled about, then lowered until it disappeared altogether. He glanced at his watch. I’ll give ‘em twenty minutes. If they don’t reappear I guess I’d better go check things out.
Number One took cover behind the massive trunk of an ancient oak and raised a fist to signal his men to halt. Seconds later he waved them forward till all three men were hunched down behind the tree.