Posted: 04 May 2016 at 8:36am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Aashna_chawla
Originally posted by rk21
Originally posted by Aashna_chawla
That was a nice update i wanna ask why don't you write in p.o.v. i mean i know its not necessary to write in p.o.v. but mostly writers writes like this only with an author it is more affective. And pm me give hyperlinks jese tumhare index me h because nh toh forums check karna pdhta h
Lets come to the update all over it was nice and this regular update is something i like and you described nandini's condition awesomely muje toh manik ke father me kuch gadbad lag rh h lets see what is stored for us, waiting for the update
Thanks for your feedback Aashna. Love how u comment on every update. Keeps me motivated.
Interesting point about p. O. V. Pov is usex wen u r writing a script or screen play. Because u r visually describing how d scene will be shot. In a screenplay the focus is on d dialogues nd the visualisation.
What i m writing is a story.. A novel.. A book. Here the focus is as much on d dialogues as on d language. So the shifting of scenes and actors is very seamless. Ifvu use pov here its considered bad writing. This is more literary while a script is visual. Hope i could explain it to u
So from next time i will share the link of d index so its easier to access the chapters.
As for Manik's or Amms, right now they all seem black. Even Manik seems mean. But in life no man is white or black.. Circumstances make them act or react. I told u everyone has a back story and each one will b revealed in due tym. But for right now if i can make u distrust manik and gate his father n amms then i m successful as a writer for thats what i intended to do.
Yeah that dark, and gray characters ka i know even according to me there should be a reason behind every person's action so that's a good sign of mature writer or about p.o.v. yeah that script wala sahi b bilkul but what i m saying its narating a story as character actually i asked a lot of questions regarding story and writing mene itne novels pdhe h now a days I'm reading 50 sheds of gray or jitna bhi story or novels mene pdhe h 90% was narrated by a person or a characters iska ye matlab hota h ke us person ke najriye se ap us story ko dekhtey ho so novels me bhi p.o.v. writing hi mostly hoti h though i agree with you in this screenplay wali thing yeah in screenplay or dialogue and when youre writing a script or something toh p.o.v. me writing important and but a script is story without much dialogues so it should be in p.o.v. but novels me p.o.v. writing alg hota h they narrate the story as a narrator or author or also as a character and i just felt liked asking but there is nothing wrong in narrating a story as a third person perspective i just said why don't you try it well you seems so mature when it comes to writing would love to have such a conversation with you you could teach me a lot of things and we both can discuss a lot of things with each other would love to have you as a friend as well
u r right Aashna, most of the books are written from the point of view of the protagonist. Its called first person narration. in fact in my all other short or long stories i use 1st person narrative because its easier to write and much less formal.
Third person narrative is when you r writing as a story teller and not as a character. Though it is difficult to write in third person, i chose it for this story because of the number of characters.
I will give you an example. When I am writing as Manik, I can only write about what he is feeling and ablout his interactions with someone. If there are parallel tracks, and something is happening which Manik doesnt know, he cant obviously write about it.
What people do in scripts is they write in third person narrative but use P.O.V to conveniently write about each persons inner thoughts. That cannot be done in literature.
Having said, there must be writers who can write in layers and from different perspectives (like in 50 shades of grey, once as Anna and once as christian). One day when I achieve such a level of expertise i would surely attempt it. But thanks a lot for you inputs. With each comment I will learn something new and something more. Thats how we all grow :) I will be glad to be your friend
Edited by rk21 - 04 May 2016 at 8:37am