What is a flashback?
A flashback is an interruption in a narrative to present a scene that occurred at a previous time.
Flashbacks are used to move back in time and show an event relevant to the current moment in time. The difference between a flashback and a simple memory is, the flashback is presented as action–as a live scene. A memory is a recollection portrayed that way. Continue reading “How to Tell–Flashback or Memory?”