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How To Write a Scene: A Step-By-Step Infographic

Are you having trouble writing the latest scene in your book or screenplay?

Ryan Rivard took some advice from screenwriter John August and consolidated it into a simple infographic (embedded above) that will help anyone write a scene. Here’s more from Rivard about how his storytelling tool went viral the last few days.

The response has been surreal. I never expected it to reach this many people. I hope everyone is finding the graphic helpful. It has sparked some interesting conversations in the Reddit community. But it’s intended to be used in conjunction with John August’s original post. If you are serious about screenwriting, I cannot recommend it enough.

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