Method Acting For Writers – a review

I’m currently taking one of Lisa’s course and I’ve learnt so much about the craftsmanship of writing in Deep Point of View. Once you learn it, you can’t unlearn it. You and your writing will be forever changed by it!

Writing Wings


I had intended to post today’s Thursday Creation Review last Thursday, but cold ravaged our household. The younger members of the family recovered within a day or so, but us old folk are still recovering ten days later. I’m forcing myself to write this as the book deserves a good review, although it will be late and briefer than usual.


Method Acting For Writers: Learn Deep Point Of View Using Emotional Layers


Lisa Hall-Wilson (Goodreads Author)

Are you struggling with writing characters readers care about? Critique partners, editors or agents saying you need to write vivid emotions? Do you want to write deep scenes and emotional arcs into your stories to keep readers engaged and turning the pages?

Writing deep point of view is like handing your reader a virtual reality headset; it’s dynamic, visceral, and immediate. This intimate and emotive style of writing resonates with contemporary readers, if…

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4 thoughts on “Method Acting For Writers – a review

  1. I agree that it has changed my writing – and my reading. Thanks for re-blogging, Angela.


    1. Thanks, I’ll take a look! I need all the help I can get!

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