Write the Scenes You Don’t Think Belong in Your Book — A Writer’s Path

Well said. I find myself doing this a lot, even if the scenes never make the book. They help me to flush out my characters and see how they would behave in different scenarios.

 

 

by Meg Dowell Last week, I wrote a scene that both surprised and amazed me. NOT because I’m the best writer ever or because it’s the greatest piece of prose a human has ever written (nope and, uh, NOPE), but because I never planned on writing it at all. In fact, the moment the […]

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