By Nancy Kress
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Louise called. She could feel her heart slam against her chest wall. The figure moved closer, out of 46 BEGINNINGS, MIDDLES AND ENDS the darkness of the kitchen. "It's me. " There was a long pause. Louise picked up her embroidery and clutched it against her breasts. She fought to keep her voice steady. " He was already in. She saw that he wore his usual Saturday night outfit: jeans, boots, leather jacket. He crossed the rug to stand so close to her rocker that she could smell the whiskey, a faint blurry odor around his thighs.
In whose life? How will that person feel about it? Once you know these answers, you can build on your strong opening to finish your first scene. A word about the way you end that first scene. The last sentence of a scene, just before the scene break, is the power position (just as the last word in a paragraph is a power position, and the last line of a chapter, and the last paragraph of a novel). Make it count. The closing sentence of a first scene should evoke some emotion—not blatantly, but through a telling detail that means more than just itself.
Scenes in fiction are of two types: dramatic and expository. Expository scenes, which we'll discuss in more detail in the next chapter, essentially summarize action that isn't new enough or important enough to need full dramatic treatment. Suppose, for instance, you're writing a mystery novel and your detective is The Very Beginning: Your Opening Scene 25 interviewing three neighbors of the victim, none of whom has any relevant information. Nor do any of them have anything to say important to later plot developments.
Beginnings, Middles and Ends (Elements of Fiction Writing) by Nancy Kress