District 9. Amazing. That's about as much as I can say without spoilers. I've waited for a movie like this for a long time. Smart, action-packed, equal parts empathy and revulsion for the main character...a film that doesn't talk down to the audience or assume I'm a simpering, popcorn-brained adolescent.
Anyway, back to my mediocre WIP. Le Sigh.
What happens when you are 48K into a book and think you need to change the POV? Do I continue with the new POV (3rd person limited) or finish in the 1st person? Le Sigh2
Regardless, I added a nice chunk of words last week, more than I did during the summer. How does this happen when I'm back working full time? Ask the magic 8 ball 'cause I don't know. Maybe I work better under pressure/with limited time and resources.
Either way, I'm gearing up for the action-packed, blood and guts finale. My main character is about to go a little ga-ga too, hence the need for a POV change. Maybe it still works. Maybe I just need to finish the damn thing.
My mistake was too evident now, too obvious. Men like us—we possessed no reason to be in that darkest part of the woods, trapped at the whim of a madman, waiting to learn our fate. Curt spoke like a logical man, but an uneasiness grew in the darkness of my heart like a fungus—knowledge that neither Curt or Dr. Scheller lived under the same laws as the rest of humanity.