|Aug. 24th, 2007 08:17 am How To Write Like A Girl? |
If anyone knows the answer to that, I'd love to know it.
See, I've been writing for FADPOV the last couple of weeks, reviewing Flash Gordon (omg, how much do I love thee, Eric Johnson!?) and while I love both my columns, I feel like... they're kind of generic.
FADPOV is an idea I love; it's sci-fi and genre for women, by women, to get rid of that male-dominated feeling you get when dealing with pretty much any other site on the planet. And the editor is one of my favorite people in the whole world. So really, I want to do the reviews, and her, and the site, proud.
And yet, I feel like I'm falling about four rings short of the bulls-eye. On the mark, but not quite THERE yet. The problem, I think, is that I might be a girl, but I've never been GIRLY. I don't know how to write so that it appeals to women.
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