Feedback For Fiction | Self-Evaluating Scene Endings and Novel Structure

Self-Evaluating Scene Endings and Novel Structure

Imagine sitting on a plane next to a man reading your novel. You watch him read. He gets to the end of a scene and quickly turns the page to the next scene. He does this for hours. You watch the entire time, thrilled that he just keeps reading. He doesn’t take a moment to talk to you, to eat, or to drink. The TV shows and movies aren’t enough to draw him away from your book.

Isn’t this what we all want?

Read More and find out how to create great scene endings at: Feedback For Fiction | Self-Evaluating Scene Endings and Novel Structure

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5 thoughts on “Feedback For Fiction | Self-Evaluating Scene Endings and Novel Structure

  1. Hmm. I’d actually answer no. I don’t mind if people don’t binge-read my work on planes. I myself like to read a little at a time in bed before I go to sleep, or while I’m waiting at the doctor’s office or whatever, and I like books that fit into that reading model.

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