Tuesday, August 14, 2012

I have had a major breakthrough in my manuscript. It will shift the POV between chapters (which has been done, obviously) but it is a brand new way of helping describe the character and action that I don't believe has been tried before.
I am very excited about this and now that I am over the nuclear scan and thus can write I will be able to actually concentrate on my writing again. All with a fresh perspective.
I will let you know how this goes but if any writers out there would like to discuss shifting view point from main character (protagonist) to another character (part of the wider antagonist organization) in the comments, please feel free to drop by. Would love to hear your input. Anyone who is aware of the ramifications of using a widely known organization, with or without a pseudonym, please leave a comment as I am very interested.
Yours truly,


  1. Hey! Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming movie [director of There Will Be Blood, Punch-Drunk Love, Boogie Nights, Magnolia, and Hard Eight - all of which we watched together] is apparently based on the story of the Church of Scientology. The 'ramifications' appear to be entirely positive - a lot of buzz in the press.

    So don't hold back!!!

    1. Hi there. Well, he is a great director of incredible screenplays, of course. I just don't see, and this is my bias, how the Church of Scientology can be seen in a positive light. But that is because a lot of negative press has been thrown at it and their Achilles heel is that they are a bit secretive which causes suspicion; just part of human nature. When is it out?