|Photo courtesy of my Darling Daughter.|
I was thinking about this the other day while I was writing. Characters hide, too, don't they? From their emotions, from other characters, from the bad guys. Pretty much from the same things real people hide from. As with real people, some of them are better at it than others. And therein lies a good source of conflict. Fiction falls flat without conflict. Anything that provides it is a good addition to a writer's toolbox, so hooray for hiding!
Okay, 'fess up. What are you hiding from? Do tell!*
For the writers among you, are your characters hiding from anything?
*Unless it's from me. Then just make some sh!t up instead.
I'm hiding from that camel :)
I'd tell you, but then I'd have to kill you... ;-)
Don't you just love it when a baby covers its face and thinks you can't see them?
I'm hiding from the housework. As usual.
My character is hiding from me, damn her hide.
I'm hiding from the rain. My characters are hiding from me.
I've spent most of my life hiding from reality and dare I say… I'm damn successful! (wished we could add audio - I'm cackling like a crazed old broad!)
Gotta love that camel!
The pic of the camel is adorable. (Your daughter is a real sweetie to have taken those photos for you.)
Me? I'm hiding from the fearsome dust bunnies. I'm either gonna have to clean 'em... or name them.
I'm hiding from my characters. Or they're hiding from me, I'm not sure which. There needs to be some editing going on here but none of us are cooperating.
I'm hiding from my work not in progress.
I'm hiding from outside. Until it warms up about 30 degrees. Will this winter EVER end, Linda?
Lol. Some days my characters hide from me.
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