More writing woes

On the way home the other day I realized my issue with Ray’s story is that it is a conflict of not just a fantasy setting and a sci-fi character, but a confrontation of the writer I was and the writer I became post college. So. The issue has been that Ray’s current story is a mish-mash of different settings. The setting she is in now is one I love but it doesn’t fit no matter how hard I think about it or try.

So the first thing to do is to go back to the character’s roots, in which case Ray’s story would take place on Earth. That’s about it. XD Ray was originally a supporting (and barely) character and wasn’t really fleshed out until later. Changing her setting back to Earth wouldn’t really change anything, probably because she was always suppose to be there in the first place.

Aria is Canadian, eh.

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  1. A good song can be played with any instrument, as Niklas the wise said just now. Is the setting really vital to Ray’s character or story? Is it not written that Ray can be taken to a circus but that a circus can not be taken out of Ray? I think not…not.

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