Since I already shared some flash fiction yesterday, I thought today could be a day just for Authors Answer; today’s is a pretty interesting one in which the authors and I talk about what kinds of scenes we feel are the most difficult to write.
Some people think writing is easy. It’s not. Some aspects are easier for some authors, while others are more difficult. But it’s usually not the same from author to author.
Question 40: What kind of scenes do you find most difficult to write?
I don’t know that I find any kind of scene difficult — except sex scenes, which I just don’t write. I enjoy writing action scenes, dream sequences, extended dialogue, lavish descriptions, etc etc… There are certain things I don’t write, like in-depth narration or exposition, but that’s because I don’t like that stuff and try not to include it. I have been told that when my characters monologue, it’s not so great, so I’m working on that.
I find sex scenes to be difficult because I prefer to respect my characters’ privacy. I also have difficulty with political scenes and scenes…
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2 thoughts on “Authors Answer 40 – Difficult Scenes”
I liked what your answer about action scenes. I feel much the same way.
The struggle is real. XD