Thanks Susan, for sharing this useful link!See you Monday on my blog. Have a wonderful weekend.
I'm not much of an actress, but sometimes I do throw myself into my scenes practically acting them out.~ Wendy
That is certaibly something to try. I am sure the character will ring much more true if you ask yourself these questions and think like him/her.
Yes, I have, and I seem to be doing it a lot more lately...Have a good weekend!Blessings,Karen
Hi Marja -I've already written a short post, pointing people to your blog. :)Blessings,Susan
Hi Wendy -I see scenes as a movie. Also, I try to think what reaction/action I'd have in situations.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Nancy -I thought these questions would give everyone something to use as a jumping off point. Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Karen -Yes, our project seems to require a lot of, "what would they do," questions.Blessings,Susan :)
Well...yes. Since I write mostly first person, I do often put myself in my skin! At times, I wish I could jump out of it for awhile...
All the time. Its fun to live your life through your characters. there's evewn a bit of me in the villains too.
Thanks for posting MarnAnn's helpful little article on deep point of view. Nice and clear!
Hi Jen -LOL! I guess this article doesn't apply to non-fiction writers. I've wanted to jump out of my skin on more than one occasion.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Stephen -Now, I MUST stop procrastinating and pick up your book. :)Blessings,Susan
Hi Dena -MaryAnn has an excellent blog. I'm glad you benefited from the article.Blessings,Susan :)
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