The second type of jumpcut provides an opportunity for you to move the story forward by thrusting the reader into another scene in time, character or place. If you leave a reader hanging on the cliff with your hero at the end of one section then jump to another character or subplot, it delays the action. While this might seem unfair to the reader, it's the kind of page turning technique that, when done effectively, will keep the reader pushing forward to find out what happens. It's an appropriate technique for both fiction and non-fiction stories.
Teasing the reader in a tantalizing way whets their appetite for your story. They'll be screaming for more.
So when revising, look for places you can jumpcut and propel your reader to the next page or chapter.
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