Scene And Sequel Segments: An Introduction On How To Structure Scenes And Sequels: An Introduction To Scene And Sequence Structure (Paperback)
Scene and sequel are two types of written passages used by authors to advance the plot of a story. Scenes propel a story forward as the character attempts to achieve a goal. Sequels provide an opportunity for the character to react to the scene, analyze the new situation, and decide upon the next course of action.
Scene and Sequel segments are the working writer's bread and butter. By understanding them, you'll learn how to control your novel's pacing, speeding up when necessary, and slowing down when desired.Utilizing these techniques will allow you to increase your reader's heart rate at will, or slow it down and leave them holding their breath using nothing but the power of your imagination and the knowledge of story craft.