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______ Tip #41: To write your scene, include the following small outline at the top of your blank page: POV: GOAL: CONFLICT: DISASTER: ______ Tip #42: To write your sequel, include the following small outline at the top of your blank page: POV: EMOTION; THOUGHT; DECISION: ACTION: Even if you don’t write a long sequel, it’s helpful to do this exercise so you can understand how your characters are responding to your story events. EXAMPLE OF THE SCENE-SEQUEL TECHNIQUE You can walk with me as I put this scene-sequel technique into operation.

For example, your hero may want to win the dance contest, or neutralize the terrorist (with as little life loss as possible), or find the treasure. ” The Story Goal can be turned into the Story Question: * WILL Rachel win the dance contest? * WILL Nathan defeat the terrorist (and save the hostages)? * WILL Mike be able to find the treasure? ______ Tip #2: Make sure your Story Goal is specific, and preferably something physical. ” ______ Story Stakes Your stakes explain why the story is important: if attaining the Story Goal isn’t worthwhile, then your hero can just go home and laze around the pool.

______ Tip #20: Deliberately shortening your prose in tense scenes adds an extra punch to your words. ______ Tip #21: Make your chapters short so they read quicker. This technique lures your reader to find out “just one more thing” in your story before taking a break. ______ 13. Keep the Problems Coming Remember the story of the old woman and the pig? Every time she thought she had her problem solved, another one appeared. To prevent reader boredom, it’s important to keep developing your story environment by solving old problems and adding new ones, rather than circling on the same old same old.

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