Scene Structure

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Writing Magic Scenes by Rayne Hall

TweetRU Contributor Rayne Hall returns with points to ponder on structuring magic scenes.  Does your story have a mage, a wizard, a sorcerer or a witch cast a spell? Here are some tips how to […]

Writing Battle Scenes by Rayne Hall

She’s back! Rayne Hall returns with a battle plan for tackling battle scenes. When the plot calls for a battle – for example, in a historical romance novel – many writers are at a loss […]

Make a Scene! or, Why Scenes Should Be Seen and not Heard – Miranda Liasson

Please welcome Miranda Liasson, winner of this year’s Golden Heart in Contemporary Series Romance. She’s going to talk to us today about building scenes. Scenes work hard. Really, really hard. Like cells in the body, […]

Ask An Editor: Structuring an Overheard Phone Conversation

Dear Theresa: This might not be earth shattering enough to be posted – BUT – I’d really appreciate an answer on this one – as this type of scene is in two different spots in […]

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