Category: Step 5 – Story Scenes
Friday Feature: Scene and Sequel Sequence
Feature Friday: Use this handy infographic to remind you how to give readers what they want.
8-Beat Scene and Sequel Sequence
An internet search for “scene and sequel” will net you many definitions. Today’s post offers guidelines and 8 beats to structure the scene and sequel sequence.
Discover Scene Tracking Contributions to Story
Discover scene tracking contributions to story, helping you stay on track to deliver the promise of your premise.
Scene Tracking Tips Every Writer Should Know About
Pantsers and plotters seldom agree on the best way to write, but all want to create scenes that entice readers to devour their novels. Of all the techniques studied over the years, scene tracking is one of the best ways to turn wannabe-scenes into winners.
Effective Tips for Writing Scenes that Hook Audiences and Keep them Turning Pages
Story scenes convey to readers essential characters, settings, and events. While there are no strict rules for writing scenes, you can adopt proven practices that help satisfy readers’ expectations. Here are effective tips for writing scenes that hook audiences and keep readers turning pages.
How to Foreshadow with Scrivener
At the end of this post, you’ll grasp a technique for writing page-turners. That lead-in sentence was the setup, an example of direct foreshadowing, and now you’re waiting for the payoff: how to foreshadow with Scrivener.