So, after having to fix my laptop and restore everything, I'm on time (orrather slightly late) today for my workshop. I do apologize for the delay but here I am! In a few short minutes after I put the announcment out that I'm here, I'll be setting things up for you for the month of August with the hopes that this seminar will be helpful for all of you when it comes to creating powerful, male characters.
So introduce yourselves and tell me what you think your strengths and weaknesses are when it comes to writing from the male POV!
Hi Sascha! congrats on the laptop.
Thanks Jenifer, been needing this for awhile :) So, tell me why you're here :)
To find out how you made your male characters :)
how the bad guys get their badness LOL and heroes are so real and emotional plus bada**
Well I'll be sharing those tips too :)
Originally Posted by Jenifer
I'm glad you're familiar with my work enough to know I write bad as heroes lol!
I'm here because I'm on the look-out for ways to make characters more believable.:swoon:
I'm here because you told me about this class and thank goodness for that! Always looking to make my heroes a little badder and a little better.
:rockon: Here's to the heroes!
Looking forward to the workshop. Sounds interesting!
Glad you are here Delilah! :helloooo:
As a male, I'm here out of curiosity. If I notice anything I disagree with, I'll let you know.
What I'm interested in is how to write from the female POV. My book, The Gender Divide, has 2 main protagonists, one male and one female. There is also a secondary protagonist, also female. The POV shifts a lot between the 3 of them and I hope I've managed to capture both POV's - male and female - accurately and, more importantly, believably. The book is interesting from a female POV since the premise is a world where women live four times longer than men do.
I've also written another novel that I need to edit which is told almost solely from the female POV.
So I'll be 'listening' carefully and would also welcome any tips anyone would care to share.