Writing Hint: Creating Powerful, Dramatic Scenes

From Leonard Bishop, Author of Dare to be a Great Writer

Always know a scene can get shorter.  Your first priority is information, then visual action, physical and historical background, succinct and authentic dialogue, extended imagery, and finally, ask, “Does all the material fit in the dramatic scene?  (11/10/09)

©by Leonard Bishop

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