Sunday, July 20, 2014
I purposefully avoided this show, but that doesn't mean I'm not still curious. A writer is a student of human nature, right? On Thursday, July 17th, we watched ABC Family's P.s. I Love You instead, which I thought would be better for me as a writer and more entertaining. I wasn't let down.
The best writing is your truest writing. You censor if you think it helps the plot or story. I admire anyone who can write in a genre without pulling their punches. This includes sweet or inspirational stories which can cover some of the grittiest problems. Uplifting finishes are part of what makes a happily-ever-after.
I'm not suggesting you write naked or suggest your critique group meet naked. Write the naked truth that fits your story.
From a my guy's point of view, dating naked is not necessary, since I already know exactly what I like in face, figu, personality and heart.
Here's ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT'S take on the show: