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All these scenes dig deep into our psyche and probe some forbidden or unspeakable questions. So, when I look at my pillar scenes, I try to keep those that have stayed with me, in mind so I can emulate what those skilled authors did with their craft. All scenes can’t be profoundly amazing; if they were it would be too much. These kinds of scenes must be meticulously peppered through a manuscript. One great scene in a book can burn into a readers mind and make it forever memorable. What scene have you written that you think will resonate with readers? What makes it great? What scene in literature or a movie does it parallel? Be conscious of these things and infuse your writing with moments that add up to a great story experience. Make it unforgettable.
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