Mean in a fictional sense, of course (as something for the Good Guys to overcome, which makes it positive), so that’s okay, then – Reading through my latest work on my latest manuscript yesterday (which was my decided Happiness Day), it bothered me that there is lack of hostility going on between – no, I’m not going to tell you – The scenes I’m looking at are nasty and cold, and nasty-cold is extra mean, I know, but somehow this is lacking a motivator – Anger, for preference, which got me kinda thinking, Oh Sh-
How am I going show the motivation behind the action without an unreasonable rant from the character who is not out of control enough to give one?
I might have to play with this for a time. Meanwhile, I shall move on. More reading today to check out the bits I have fixed over the last week.
Cheers everyone! 🙂
Find a way to break his last straw.
Yep, I might have to do something like that. 🙂
My guess is that the character who is ‘not out of control enough’ is a she.
No, it’s actually a he. No surprise it’s not Va’el, though. 🙂
Darn, foiled again.
You’ll probably hear about it – I’ve just done major surgery, and that puts me behind. 😦