"Writers don't know when it happens, and usually only dedicated readers will notice, but one of the greatest tragedies that can befall a novel is when the plot lets down the characters."
Alexis Niki's insight:
This is a problem I often run across with coaching clients. It's challenging to convince them to dig deeper when they can point to a recent movie or novel that similarly underserves its characters. Writers should be able to create great characters--AND know what to do with them.
Write It Short! is a new series of interviews with award-winning web series creators about their writing and storytelling process. I started it in collaboration with the LA Web Series Festival. Here, I talk to CLUTCH creator Jonathan Robbins about the special challenges of writing a dark and hard-hitting (NC-17 / R) piece for the web.
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