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Christina Escamilla

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Christina Escamilla is the bestselling author of psychological horror with a side of nonfiction; both in analysis and literary theory and the craft of writing.

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500 Questions to Help Flesh...

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The Day the Words Went Away

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64 Deaths

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How To Create A Scene in Fiction Writing

Scenes are the building blocks to telling your story, so even though you may have a fantastic plot idea – your story will go nowhere unless you create each scene. Mapping out your ideas, especially your scenes, can help you become a more confident writer.

However, writing a scene is easier said than done. Some scenes happen in sequential, timeline order, while others are written in a nonlinear fas

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“Blue is no longer blue; it is the blue of the summer sky when it’s is hot enough to cook eggs on the sidewalk or the blue of robin’s egg just before a chick hatches. Or it’s the blue that comes from the feeling of calm when they are holding each other close but aren’t saying anything.”
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“Everybody dies.
Some die still waiting for inspiration.”
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“After all this time, after the world fell to ashes and the devil came out to play, she kept something that was wholly mine.”
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