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FOR WRITERS: Fish Out of Water

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Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Hank Cannon:

Not every character is an expert in their field or good in all situations, but how do you take a character, and capture that fish out of water situation the plot requires without making them unsympathetic by being too clueless?

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1 thought on “FOR WRITERS: Fish Out of Water”

  1. Heh, Danyell, Christopher, Rhodry, Phaedra, and most of my characters are fish out of water! :) It’s a state of mind I can relate to. :) I try to give them goals and have them strive to keep heading towards them, even while they’re blinking myopically at the world around them. :)


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