Scenes are the building blocks of great fiction and memoir. They bring flat narrative into full color action, demonstrate compelling characters and add up to create powerful plots. When you feel connected to the characters and in the midst of action, you're in scenes. In this class, writers will learn scene essentials and ingredients, how to design them, how to demonstrate characters in scene, how to evoke setting, the senses and use images, and how to make every scene count toward the plot.
INSTRUCTOR: JORDAN ROSENFELD
Jordan Rosenfeld is author of the novels Women in Red and Forged in Grace and six books on the craft of writing, most recently How to Write a Page-Turner, and the bestselling Make a Scene. Her freelance articles and essays have been published in hundreds of publications, including: The Atlantic, The New York Times, Scientific American, Writer’s Digest Magazine, The Washington Post and many more. She is also a freelance manuscript editor and writing coach
For Writers In All
Medium of Story