Ways to Write Scenes

Scenes are the building blocks of our stories. Learn different techniques to bring your stories to life.

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One-Line Scene Outline

This is something that I picked up from Brandon Sanderson. He writes and thinks about his scenes in a sequence to the end. So, instead of writing out his scenes in an in-depth way, he writes…

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