|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on April 23, 2010 at 12:42 PM||comments (0)|
The Twinsburg Library Writers Group is a small band of dedicated people led by Cari, one of the Twinsburg librarians.
We gather once a month to review each other's work, hear a speaker, or improve our skills. I recently submitted a piece for critique. It is soooooo hard to wait for the answers to come back to me!
I know there will be grammerical changes to be made. It seems no matter how hard I try to place all of the commas - I never get it quite right! Then, there is that pesky POV! Point of View is usually a very consistent entity in short stories and novels. Pick one and stick with it - you say, "How hard could that be?"
Somehow, I get caught up in writing (then rereading and editing) and I still miss the occasional POV change. Guess I just want all of the characters to have a say.
Isn't that what we all want in life?