How to Write Kick-Ass Scenes by Lynn Johnston is a fantastic resource for fiction authors. Lynn has already been one of my favorite fiction teachers for quite some time now, and this latest workshop of hers covers one of the most crucial aspects of fiction writing: making sure your scenes aren’t boring.
- slow scenes
- boring scenes
- meandering scenes
- scenes without enough conflict
- low-tension scenes
- scenes without a climax
- scenes that don’t move the story forward
Lynn’s workshop will show you how to fix all of these by writing stronger scenes, using scene structure techniques at both the macro and micro level.
I asked Lynn to give my readers some insight into how to use her new course, depending on their writing style. Whether you are a pantser or a plotter, or even if you hire a ghostwriter to write your stories, How to Write Kick-Ass Scenes will help you make your fiction stronger.
Watch the short video walk-through to see how, and to get a peek inside the course at what you can expect to learn.
If you have any questions for Lynn about this course, or if you’ve already picked this up and want to share your thoughts, be sure to leave your comments below.
And if you don’t have this one yet, you can get it right here:
How To Write Kick-Ass Scenes