The Two Halves of the Inciting Event – by K.M. Weiland…

on Helping Writers become Authors:

Stories are made of scenes.

By one of their simplest definitions, scenes are transitions.They signify a change of some sort—an arc.

They start in one place (whether a physical place or an abstract “place”), and they end in another. This is how we determine whether something happens in a scene and whether it “moves the plot.” Therefore, by definition, we can see how scenes may be viewed as essentially a whole of two halves.

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