I used to hate them because the ones I wrote sucked all the life from the novel, reducing it to bare-bones sentences that did nothing to capture the depth of the novel itself. Now I hate writing synopses because they are much more difficult to write than the novel ever was. It's not easy distilling ,odd words into a few pages.
To view it, click here. I originally had not planned on even reading this book because the Twilight series instills much rage within my soul, but I was in a dry spell for reading, so I decided to give it a try.
I have to say I really enjoyed it much more than the Twilight series. It sucked me in pretty quickly. It was very clearly a Stephenie Meyer book, though, which did lead to certain amounts of anger and eyes rolling I originally had not planned on even reading this book because the Twilight series instills much rage within my soul, but I was in a dry spell for reading, so I decided to give it a try.
It was very clearly a Stephenie Meyer book, though, which did lead to certain amounts of anger and eyes rolling nearly out of my head. It is super cheesy and super melodramatic. It makes my brain hurt. All the melting, melding, welding that I had just been through was shoved aside, into the smallest part of my body, the little corner that I took up physically.
Second, nobody but you owns your body, and if you find it romantic to think otherwise, that is unhealthy. What the hell is up with underage characters and older men?! Why could the females not be slightly older? Jared can barely stand Wanderer for most of the book.
He is cruel and violent towards her. Ian is the first to physically assault her. Of course, Ian ends up pretty near perfect with his perfect understanding and perfect kindness and perfect love. But I will accept this because I think that his perfect personality fits with the gentle, loving, peaceful personality of Wanderer.
In the tunnel on the way to Doc for the last time, when she asked Jared where everyone slept when it rained, my heart ached for her. I thought that was a lovely way of noting how much she still really wanted to find out about this world and how much she was going to miss and that life was going to go on without her.
It is a story about humanity with romance thrown in. I like looking at humanity through alien eyes. I like learning what it means to be human with Wanderer. I like the interactions between Mel and Wanderer. I like that Wanderer picked up sarcasm from Mel.
I love how absolutely confused she initially is by humans. She views humans as violent, hateful creatures. She is confused when they feed and protect her. This completely goes against her view of humanity.
I like how we perceive the humans through her eyes, how we get an idea of their motives from her which she is normally wrong about, and then we slowly see the change. This is seen especially with Doc. I enjoyed seeing how Wanderer reacted to humans and how her perception of them changed.
She goes from being terrified of humans to constantly surprised and confused by how good they end up being to loving them and embracing her own humanity. But throughout it she is ashamed of betraying her kind and feels like a traitor. What makes us human? What parts of us do people fall in love with?
Are we more physical, spiritual, emotional? And then we get to see Wanderer in two different bodies which change her a bit.This entry saved my life. I am not kidding. I was in utter despair yesterday, thinking I could not possibly boil my , word manuscript down to a single page synopsis, and finding none of the advice I’d read on the subject to be at all encouraging and helpful.
Writers will spend years writing, lovingly polishing and then marketing a novel, and yet they shrug off the synopsis with a comment like "I hate writing synopses." I hate writing synopses, too.
I used to hate them because the ones I wrote sucked all the life from the novel, reducing it to bare-bones. There's no way to get a good summary in the kind of space we have here.
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Jun 06, · How to Write a Screenplay Synopsis. In this Article: Article Summary Synopsis Template and Sample Synopsis Summarizing the Plot Following Basic Guidelines Getting Your Point Across Community Q&A A screenplay synopsis summarizes a screenplay for an agent, director or producer.
If the reader likes the synopsis, they might ask to see the screenplay itself. How to Write a Sizzling Synopsis: A Step-by-Step System for Enticing New Readers, Selling More Fiction, and Making Your Books Sound Good Kindle Edition.