How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps (Or 311 steps if you're counting the various edits)

For fellow aspiring screenwriters: How To Write A Scene In 11 Steps

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps. The best one is the last: repeat 200 times. What writer doesn't do that anyways?

Don't be afraid to not be super straightforward with your prose.

Don't be afraid to not be super straightforward with your prose. I can't get over the fact that they used Dragon Age II to write about anaphora.

One not on there that should be added: they say nonsense when overly excited or upset http://onreviewforyou.com

One not on there that should be added: they say nonsense when overly excited or upset .(I feel better about my writing style now!

Balter.....i find myself doing this all the time...

Balter: (v.) To dance gracelessly, without particular art or skill, but perhaps with some enjoyment. "Perhaps with some enjoyment"

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