Posted on 02/10/2021 at 10:51 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
If you found a recent post about story shapes to be helpful or interesting, we have another variation on that theme for you.
Editor and writing coach Lisa Cooper Ellison observes that scenes, too, have shapes, some of which are less than ideal.
She argues that a pear-shaped scene is the goal, while funnels, wind tunnels, kites, and watermelons should be revised.
Learn more about the various scene shapes and how to fix the problematic ones in Ellison's guest post on Jane Friedman’s blog.
Categories: Behind the scenes