Make a Scene is the title of my writing book, but it’s also my philosophy on the writing life. It’s important to to leave a clear and vivid impression in your readers’ minds.

Here, I offer writing exercises and info gleaned from my experience as a freelance writer and editor as well as interviews with writers and writing professionals, and more.

  1. I am currently reading ‘Make a Scene’.

    It’s funny. One of my teachers always looks at the books I’m reading because I bring them to class (I read a lot of ‘How to’ books). He picked this one up and said: ‘A whole book on scenes. Don’t know how you can do that.’ I said: ‘there are a lot of scene types.’ I left it at that. But this book is fantastic. There are parts that are for beginners, but there are parts that are not. I’ve read a lot as I’ve said, and I am loving this read. You should be proud of the way you chose to approach the subject of writing. You’ve really helped me, and I’m only half way through.

    Bek 🙂

  2. I’m reading your book at the moment and I think it is amazing- I’m thinking differently and listening carefully and writing constructivelyas a result. thank you, what an achievement! P.S. the dancing metaphor at the begining really clicked with me also!

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