Writing that Scene: 1001 Islands

Thank you so much Andrea!

Andrea Lundgren


In the format of a non-traditional critique, Writing That Scene examines the fundamentals of what makes a scene powerful and memorable for readers.

I’m happy to bring back the Writing That Scene feature with a first-ever examination of a contemporary author’s work. Thanks, K. T. Munson, for having the courage to take the plunge.

The goal of these posts is to provide an opportunity for authors to learn from each other and to see their own writing with fresh eyes. In my own experience, hearing what other writers and readers thought of my writing has been hugely helpful, and Writing That Scene aims to provide other authors with this opportunity.

If you are interested in sharing a scene of your own for a future post, click on the Writing that Scene Submission link. To see the last scene featured, click here.

Author: K. T. Munson

Scene location: Beginning…

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