112: How to Structure Compelling Scenes

Writing112: How to Structure Compelling Scenes

112: How to Structure Compelling Scenes

Every phenomenal story unfolds in a series of scenes. And if each scene in a book is a link in a chain, one weak link can threaten the overall power of a story. How, then, do we craft well-structured and compelling scenes for our stories?

In today's episode, we break down what exactly defines a scene (hint: it's not just a fun, frightening, or steamy moment between characters), the six elements that most compelling scenes contain, and how you can ensure your scene serves a powerful purpose by utilizing a quick summary formula. Shall we dive in?

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