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For Part Two of Crossing The Physical Barrier, I will be showing you how to wrap wrists, grease the face, and secure your writer-jock-strap before sitting down at your computer to write a fight.
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From Madness to Method: Using acting techniques to invigorate your story and make each moment Oscar worthy!
Triple Threat Behind Writing A Scene
Action and Fighting in Fiction: Writing Authentic Choreography With Precision and Bite
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Originally posted on Writers In The Storm Blog:
By Tiffany Lawson Inman
Well gosh, I started to write this blog and realized I jumped the gun during Crossing Physical Barriers in Fiction Part One, when I opened these two topics:
- Emotional intensity of fictional fights
- The moment before the fight
Completely skipping the momentbefore theactual writing of the fight. EEK! The need to prepare the writer before the fight is just as important as preparing your character! So, please forgive me, I’ll be backing up for Part Two, to show you how to wrap wrists, grease face, and secure your writer-jock-strap before sitting down at your computer to write a fight.
For most writers crossing the Physical Barrier is a daunting task. Almost as intimidating as Crossing the Emotional Barrier!
I said almost.
Why is it so hard?
It could be one or a few of the following fears:
- The writer has never…
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