Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Something different that I tried when writing I the past week was to write a story that gives evidence and details that would lead the reader to believe one thing, but in the end, I revealed that it was not what they thought at all. It worked out very well, because it was easy to state things that avoid the subject that I'm leaving for the end. It was written in the third person, but it followed one character's point of view. It was very exiting because I was using a technique that is used in one of my favorite movies: "The Prestige". It was kind of frustrating trying to craft it so it would make sense for a reader to believe something that was not true in the story. I liked how it turned out, and I will try to do more of it in the future.