Posted on 05/11/2021 at 03:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Most questions of professionals ask how writers can depict an expert accurately.
But knowing how a novice would attempt something can be just as important — for instance, if you’re writing a fight scene in which a criminal physically attacks a victim.
Author and trained fighter Carla Hoch recently fielded the question of how people who don’t know how to fight might, well, fight.
In her post for Writer's Digest, she specifically explains the ways in which sociological factors, psychological wiring, and biological facts of the fighters might affect the altercation.
Categories: Behind the scenes