Writing Scintillating Scenes––Part I

This blogger wrote multiple posts about writing scintillating scenes. Here’s the first one. It’s a worthwhile read with helpful information. Enjoy!

Donna L.H. Smith

I read somewhere that scenes are the “guts” of your novel. They are powerful and intense, they engage readers and help them to keep on reading. What is a scene? It is the most vivid and immediate part of the story, emotionally involved, their minds are filled with images and memories of actions. Click to Tweet #amwriting #scintillatingscenes

Simply put, a scene is action! Scenes are text passages, including narrative, meant to focus on an event in the story, sometimes slowing it down, so that the reader is “in the moment.” The readers join in the scene along with the characters in action.

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