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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Writing Tip of the Day-Scenes

The white space sometimes left between scenes is known as a space transition. This is used when the scene to follow is written from the viewpoint of a different character or when it has little or no direct relationship to the previous scene. To indicate that the blank space is a transition rather than a manuscript formatting error, it's customary to center a symbol in it, usually a pound sign (#) or three asterisks (***).

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