Critique: 4 Ways to Write Sequel Scenes That Grip Readers – by K.M. Weiland…

on Helping Writers become Authors:

Scene structure asks for a one-two punch pairing of action and reaction—or as Dwight V. Swain named them in what has come to be considered “classic” scene structure, scene and sequel.

The need to write sequel scenes, the reaction half of the equation, is sometimes overlooked and misunderstood.

This is unfortunate, since the reaction phase is both what controls a story’s pacing and where much of a story’s meaning may be found or explored.

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