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What type of writer should you be?

Time for a little nonsense after the wonderful intervew(s) with Art Plotnik the past two weeks. Thanks to Georganna over at Writer’s-Edge for this one. I found it interesting as I have no interest in film writing at all. I consider it a good movie-going year if I make it to one or two in the twelve months; but it is true that my joy is in the storytelling and my stories range far and wide. I’ve always been strong in the dialogue department, too, but that film strip-in-the-mind thing belongs to my friend Heather over at Blog Trek, not me. I don’t “see” my stories at all.


You Should Be a Film Writer


You don’t just create compelling stories, you see them as clearly as a movie in your mind.
You have a knack for details and dialogue. You can really make a character come to life.
Chances are, you enjoy creating all types of stories. The joy is in the storytelling.
And nothing would please you more than millions of people seeing your story on the big screen!

(Oh, and I’ll definitely take the millions of viewers if someone else does the screenplay of my book….)

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  • http://www.writers-edge.info Georganna Hancock

    I should have answered the questions realistically, because this sounds more like the way I write creatively. In fact, the first novel I attempted was visualized as a movie, even before I started writing. I even had the actors picked out. Unfortunately, they’re all dead now, and the book didn’t sell. Oh well, there’s always the romance novels!

  • http://www.writers-edge.info Georganna Hancock

    I should have answered the questions realistically, because this sounds more like the way I write creatively. In fact, the first novel I attempted was visualized as a movie, even before I started writing. I even had the actors picked out. Unfortunately, they’re all dead now, and the book didn’t sell. Oh well, there’s always the romance novels!

  • http://www.thewriterspath.com Vikk

    Well, unrealistic expectations work well with romance, Georganna!

  • http://www.thewriterspath.com Vikk

    Well, unrealistic expectations work well with romance, Georganna!

  • http://www.ylogs.com Yzabel

    Hmm, I got the “you should be a science-fiction writer” result. Which is perfect, since sci-fi and science-fantasy are what I prefer both to read and write. Good, good! 😉

  • http://www.ylogs.com Yzabel

    Hmm, I got the “you should be a science-fiction writer” result. Which is perfect, since sci-fi and science-fantasy are what I prefer both to read and write. Good, good! 😉