Show Notes for Episode 107: How to Write Animal Points of View in Your Fiction
Whether you want to write a couple of scenes from an animal’s perspective, a short story from only their point of view or an entire book or series about nothing but animals and their lives, this episode and worksheet (found here for free, no email required) is intended to help get into the mind of the animal you want discover more about and, of course, to share with your readers.
In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how writing animals is different from other characters, how to create enough of the backstory to fit whatever level of importance your character will have, what important points to focus on when doing the actual writing and more.
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MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE
- Scene Building Workshop Episode where we go into depth regarding what each scene in your work should include.
- FREE COURSE: Write Flash Fiction that Doesn’t Suck
- How To Think Sideways (affiliate link, it supports the podcast!)
- AIARWIP Ko-Fi (support the podcast!)
- All the ways to support AIARWIP
- Credits: Producer – Rebecca Galardo. Sponsor – Holly’sWritingClasses.com. Intro written by Holly Lisle and performed by Mark Hermann. Our podcast is 100% free and sponsored only by Holly’s Writing Classes. AIARWIP THEME by Truth.