I would highly recommend her. When in doubt, reading the sentences out loud works just as well for action scenes as it does for dialogue—if you get stuck, the reader probably will too. If you plan ANY action in your story, you need this book. Make a Scene. When Dixon struggled to his feet, the smaller man immediately knocked him down again and then ground his face into the dirt with a boot.
Worth every penny! The time and effort required to cross the terrain. Instead, I suggest using more subtle examples, such as: Boom.
Her horseshoes were hardly innocent. Mix action with dialogue. Materials that could be become makeshift weapons, traps, or tools.