Purpose of a Scene - Improve Your Story Writing (The 38 Story Elements) | FIRST EDITING artwork
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Purpose of a Scene - Improve Your Story Writing (The 38 Story Elements) | FIRST EDITING

  • S1E53
  • 03:50
  • August 29th 2021

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

There must always be a reason why any given scene exists in the story. A scene without a purpose will distract the reader from the main story. It may even bore the reader. If a scene doesn't drive the story forward, then ask why it’s in the novel. Your client may need to revise or cut the scene.

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


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