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Blogging through ‘Scene and Structure’ by Jack Bickham

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Blogging ThroughThe majority have spoken, and the book chosen for our first Blogging Through . . . series is Scene and Structure by Jack Bickham.

As mentioned before, I picked books that are available at most major public libraries, as well as through services like Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited (if you’re a Prime Member and/or KU subscriber). If you do not want to purchase the book immediately (you’ll probably want to pick it up before the series is over, though, because there will be a lot in it that we can’t cover here), you can check it out from your library or through KU—my public library system has it in both hard copy and ebook format.

So go ahead and pick up your copy of it. Your first assignment is to read Chapter 1, “The Structure of Modern Fiction,” by Monday 7/18 and be prepared to discuss your insights, revelations, quibbles, and questions next week.

If you want to go ahead and start posting your questions, thoughts, or ideas about the book or this project, go ahead and do so below!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Carol permalink
    Wednesday, July 13, 2016 11:51 am

    So Amazon tells me I bought this book three years ago. Will find it when I get home. Yay that I already have it. 🙂 Based on how many rabbit holes I have in my WIP, I never read it.
    😦

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  2. Carol permalink
    Thursday, July 14, 2016 7:15 am

    Chapter one read. I thought the third paragraph of the chapter pretty interesting. Never really thought about it that way.

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