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Perspective is Important

January 6, 2014 by

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This is also why choosing the right POV for a story is so important. If you have the wrong perspective character you’ll end up telling the wrong story. Or, at least, a very different one.  

Perspective is Everything

September 20, 2012 by

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I am sick not sick. I am not dead fine. I am going to live through get so much writing done today. Just so we’re clear.    

I Think I Just Set Something On Fire

November 22, 2011 by

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I’m stuck. I know what happens next but the scene I’m writing feels… flat. Two dimensional. And it doesn’t lead in to the next thing. It just… stops. I feel like I’m dragging the words out by main force. Which is not my favourite way to write. The last few days it’s all been one […]

Denial Is My Friend

October 3, 2011 by

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So I’m working on this section of RON (book three) and I thought I had a handle on it. But I don’t know. It’s tricky. The tone has to be just right, and I know where it should end but there’s this middle part where… I’m flailing. Mostly because the characters themselves are flailing… Which […]

Wanted: One (or More) Petty Villains, Willing to be Killed Out of Hand while Remaining Stoically Silent About Their Tragic Past

September 2, 2011 by

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“So who’s the bad guy?” “I can’t tell you.” “Why not?” “I haven’t written it yet.” I realised a few days ago that Wizards is missing a villain. I mean, I have a large epic-style villain for the universe type thing — you know, I know what the overall struggle should be. But I need […]