Pamela said you need to enjoy reading more to enjoy writing more. She told us to read for inspiration. If you admire an author and their writing, copy a couple of pages of their work and take it apart to find out how they did it.
When you read you forget the words. You enter the fictional dream. You don’t read on unless the dream is continuous and vivid. You have in your mind’s eye what you want to write about and the film is running in your head. What you feel, hear, touch, the clothes you are wearing, the sensation on your skin. Know these physical clues and work the scene. Pamela said, if you put your energy into getting all the senses right the words come easier.
The story produced is like growing crystals. You have to be there. Being there is writing what you see, hear and feel. An image or idea can be developed. Your unconscious will join them up. Work with your unconscious and accept the ideas do not come in the right order. Ask, what does the reader really want out of this scene? By seeing you can lead the reader into the fictional dream.