Mastering Scene & Sequel

By Sherry Lewis

General non-fiction, Education & teaching | eBook


You’ve heard about scene and sequel, and the idea of using it makes sense — but can you use scene and sequel and still maintain the fluid style of writing you prefer? Will using scene and sequel box you in, or can you still fly by the seat of your pants and see where the story takes you? Learn how to use scene and sequel to create powerful scenes while maintaining your own artistic integrity. You'll learn to identify the anatomy of scene and sequel, use scene/sequel structure to build tension and highlight conflict, use that structure to drive your story forward, create hooks that keep the reader turning pages, and make characterization, motivation & conflict work together powerfully Part of the Dancing on Coals How-To Series. Based on the Dancing on Coals Master Class.



Sherry Lewis is an award-winning, national bestselling author who writes across several genres. Along with her writing career, she has been teaching writing workshops for more than 20 years through Dancing on Coals, a website for fiction writers. As Sammi Carter, she wrote the Candy Shop mystery series set in Paradise, Colorado and featuring Abby Shaw. As Jacklyn Brady she wrote the Piece of Cake mystery series set in New Orleans, featuring cake artist Rita Lucero.


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Sherry Lewis is an award-winning, national bestselling author who writes across several genres. Along with her writing career, she has been teaching writing workshops for more than 20 years through Dancing on Coals, a website for fiction writers. As Sammi Carter, she wrote the Candy Shop mystery series set in Paradise, Colorado and featuring Abby Shaw. As Jacklyn Brady she wrote the Piece of Cake ...


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