Sunday, 31 January 2010
06:01:39 AM (GMT)
This is for my fellow writers of stories and such who use Kupika!
I was once told that the difference between a good author and a bad author is that a
good author can write about characters who are unlike themselves and who they want to
I sort of see what they mean. It's too easy to write about Mary Sue's who have rare
magical powers or whatever just because we want those powers.
And I know some authors, even professionals (Meg Cabot for instance) write books were
the protaganist always has the same personality. You'll read three seperate series
from one person, and the character is always the same. Each book may be good, but
So my challenge/ inpiration is that all writers who find themselves lacking
inspiration or motivation should try writing something from the perspective of a
character who is unlike the person you are.
Say you are a person like my older sister who hates expending energy (as she puts
it). I want her to write about someone who is really motivated! (She doesn't want to
bother. Big shock.)
That's just about it. Bye!
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