Re: How do you imagine your fiction in your head?

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L Wrote: The best damn story there is. Haha. No, seriously, I think it is good and that all my grammar is great but then I find out it's not. So yea, I got a lot to work on.
Its ok. lol. I think mine is the best damn story out there too and think my grammar and spelling is on point. Every time I reread it though, I find something I missed.

How so you find your grammar isn't good? in what way?

Re: How do you imagine your fiction in your head?

#29

Camelboy Wrote:
L Wrote: The best damn story there is. Haha. No, seriously, I think it is good and that all my grammar is great but then I find out it's not. So yea, I got a lot to work on.
Its ok. lol. I think mine is the best damn story out there too and think my grammar and spelling is on point. Every time I reread it though, I find something I missed.

How so you find your grammar isn't good? in what way?
Run-on sentences and wrong or no punctuations, but now I have Grammarly which is helping a lot.

Re: How do you imagine your fiction in your head?

#30

L Wrote:
Camelboy Wrote:
L Wrote: The best damn story there is. Haha. No, seriously, I think it is good and that all my grammar is great but then I find out it's not. So yea, I got a lot to work on.
Its ok. lol. I think mine is the best damn story out there too and think my grammar and spelling is on point. Every time I reread it though, I find something I missed.

How so you find your grammar isn't good? in what way?
Run-on sentences and wrong or no punctuations, but now I have Grammarly which is helping a lot.
I'll have to check that out!

Re: How do you imagine your fiction in your head?

#36


Quote:When I think about my stories, it depends on what kind of story. If it’s a fanfiction, any scenes I can imagine vividly enough are generally in that game/show’s cutscene/art style; if it’s an original story, it’s always going to be some kind of animation.


I don't think in any kind of cartoon style at all. Even when I recall old comicbook stories, the stories reform in my head as live action. Also, during the dialog bits of my stories, my inner eye concentrates on facial expressions. It helps me figure out the characters' motives.