Talking about the different ways writers and authors can improve their storytelling craft.

10 Feb: The Hard-Writing Archit – Look! Squirrel!

Architects (introverted, intuitive, thinking, and judging) are thinkers and system designers. They believe in making choices based on facts and research rather than feelings. Their intuitive nature powers their imagination. They are highly creative individuals and usually have an abundance of ideas for implementation. They are curious, independent-minded, and believe in their problem-solving abilities. Hence, research comes to them easily. A huge advantage for authors with this personality type.

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03 Feb: Writing as a Sentinel

The Sentinels are conscientious, stable, and love routines. It’s not that they don’t like new experiences. They simply don’t want to waste time failing when someone else has already succeeded. They are careful and self-motivated. However, the Sentinels aren’t the most creative folks as far as productivity procedures. They believe in systems over spontaneity.

18 May: Writing Deep POV

Before we delve too deep into the techniques of successfully writing a deep POV, let’s first define what a deep POV is. It’s limited knowledge, immediate action and reaction, an inside-out POV, and it’s highly biased by the character’s opinions and interpretations. This works with first person and deep third person. But just because you’re writing in these two POV’s doesn’t mean that you’ve autmatically hit your deep POV mark.