Scene Worksheet

Scene Worksheet

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A New York Times bestselling author's guide on how to break down the writing process into manageable scenes that will have your readers thinking, "Just one more chapter ..." 

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What you get: 

- A welcome letter and "how-to" guide from Lauren Layne. That's 16-pages from a New York Times bestselling author on how she actually plans out her chapters/scenes to ensure readers keep turning those pages! 

- A 2-page worksheet for planning out your individual scenes*

* note that the worksheet is intended to be completed for each scene that you write. It can be daunting for those wary of out-lining, but if you've got even a hint of planner in you, knowing what happens in each individual scene will make the writing process so much easier! 

 

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The Scene Worksheet is part of Lauren Layne's collection of digital downloads that can be printed or complete electronically. They're designed specifically for fiction writers either who are just starting out, or looking to improve their craft (more writing tools coming soon!) 

Ever wonder how your favorite authors manage to write a book that you can't seem to put down?

They probably have a great plot premise, true ...

But chances are they also know how to write a pretty amazing scene

What is a scene, you're wondering? The unimaginative might call it a chapter, but it's so much more than that.

Imagine discussing a favorite movie or book with a friend. At some point, one of you is bound to describe, "The part where ___" 

What you or your friend are describing there is a scene. 

The part where something happens. The part where your heart was pounding. The part where your eyes were watering. The part where you had butterflies.

Good writing is helpful, but a good scene is key. And a great book is made up of great scenes. 

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What you get: 

- A welcome letter and "how-to" guide from Lauren Layne. That's 16-pages from a New York Times bestselling author on how she actually plans out her chapters/scenes to ensure readers keep turning those pages! 

- A 2-page worksheet for planning out your individual scenes*

* note that the worksheet is intended to be completed for each scene that you write. It can be daunting for those wary of out-lining, but if you've got even a hint of planner in you, knowing what happens in each individual scene will make the writing process so much easier! 

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The 2-page worksheet can be printed out (as many times as necessary, depending on your number of scenes), or completed as a digital file.