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What do you think about a person changed her writing?

What do you think about a person changed her writing? Topic: Profile writing about a person
July 15, 2019 / By Dyan
Question: a person with a real profile in a site was allways participating in a forum.she used to write very well and she was knowed in a community.after broke with her partner she stated to not come anymore to post on this site. she finished to erase the profile.few months later she returned , she made a fake profile and in another community she said bad things against her ex try to destroy what they did toguether and to destroy her ex image.what s very strange is that she used to write very well and now she answer only with one , two words the topics in the forum, allways strange ,sometimes without meaning.and now she appears not often as she did .are those some symptoms of a mental illness?thank you moon. i reconize because she talked about one of her skills and another perons reconize her. i m not in contact with her...
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Cecily Cecily | 10 days ago
I'm not an expert but I do not think that they are sypmtoms of a mental illness. Seems like a woman who was really affected by perhaps a really difficult time in her life, and naturally there might be some changes. I'm not sure how you recognized that it is the same person, but if you are or have been in contact with her- you could ask her directly what is wrong. It might be a simple answer.
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Cecily Originally Answered: Question about third and first person writing?
Well, I've seen a lot book synopses in third person, like such: "[Character name]'s world was perfect up until it [something] changed it. Blah blah..." And then the book was written in first person. Really, the synopsis is separate from the book itself. It's like... taking a picture of people. It's the photographer's perspective, though the picture isn't of the photographer. Like a story may be summarized by someone else's perspective. Also, I wouldn't say a book should stick to one point of view completely. More than one point of view in a book could be done well. Never listen to anyone who says, "You can never do this in writing." Sometimes there are exceptions.
Cecily Originally Answered: Question about third and first person writing?
You're not supposed to do more than third person or first person. Pick one, it would be much easier. Some people have done it, but it would be much easier if you picked one. Third person is a lot easier to write than first person because it's easier to describe things. Personally, I love writing in first person the most. If this is your first novel, I would pick one of them but I am not telling you thats bad to do both.
Cecily Originally Answered: Question about third and first person writing?
I think it's okay for the synopsis to be in third person and the actual story to be in first person. It's a bit strange for it to be the other way around.

Cecily Originally Answered: Advice on writing in third person?
Every writer whom I know agrees that one of the best ways to improve a piece of writing is to read it aloud and watch for parts that seem awkward. It especially helps if you read it to someone else. If you keep feeling like you need to say it differently, then you should probably rewrite it differently. If you feel like you need to pause and explain to the listener what you're talking about, then you've got a problem with the writing. For third person, the biggest problem I've found is keeping verb tenses consistent. You should avoid passive verbs unless it is really necessary to make it clear. As far as starting most sentences with 'a', 'the', or a name, that will just take practice and editing. Best wishes, James
Cecily Originally Answered: Advice on writing in third person?
1. Replace description with dialogue. 2. Write the sentence using the easiest way, then look at it and see if it can be switched around and made more of a show than a tell sentence. i.e.: John was bored as he sat and waited in the doctors office. can be changed to: Bored out of his mind, John sighed as he waited in the doctor's office.

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