3. Try Different Sentence Structures for Emphasis
When reading, authors manipulate their sentences for emphasis, allowing to reader to see a stream of thoughts in one long, ongoing, continuous sentence that has no sight in end and leaves the reader gasping for air until…a break happens. The reader could also break up the sentences into short, simple sentences. This stops the flow of reading. Shifting ideas constantly. Allowing the eyes and mind to adjust. Or for possible suspense. Either way, try writing different structures such as simple, compound, complex sentences to see what fits your style best.