A scene is a passage of writing in which a character attempts to achieve a goal. A sequel is a passage of writing in which a character reflects on the outcome of a scene. Scenes propel a story forward, while sequels provide a breather, allowing the character to assess his or her situation and plan the next move. Skillful use of scenes and sequels allows the author to control rhythm and pace to create page-turning fiction.

Scenes and Sequels: How to Write Page-Turning Fiction by Mike Klaassen is the most comprehensive and concise explanation of scenes and sequels anywhere.  Available in paperback and ebook editions. Order your copy today. 


How to Write Scenes and Sequels in Fiction

Are you:

  • Thinking about writing a novel? 

  • Writing a novel?

  • Trying to improve a manuscript? 

Then you need to know all about how to write scenes and sequels in fiction.