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How Anchor a Scene with Kristina Stanley

  • S1E54
  • 04:37
  • November 25th 2020

Whether you’re a fiction writer or professional editor, this series is for you!

Leaving a reader adrift is never a good idea. The start of a new scene means the POV has changed, the setting has changed, or the time has changed, hence every scene must be anchored in POV, setting, and time.

Discover how to use the element "How Anchor a Scene" in a fiction story and how you can improve your writing now.

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