Monday, February 3, 2014
Ask Me Monday: Favorite POV
Here's the question for today's Ask Me Monday.
For the Iron fey series, from which point of view do you enjoy writing the most (if any) and why?
Well, I love all my character's, from Meg to Ash to Puck to Grim, but I'd have to say the point of view I enjoyed writing the most was this guy's.
Let's face it, I love my smart alecs, and writing from Puck's point of view is just fun. His POV only appeared in one novella, Summer's Crossing, but unlike Meghan, who had to grow into a strong character, and Ash, who brooded over everything and had a very dark personality, Puck's inner thoughts were just as snarky and irreverent as the rest of him. Though the teasing, lighthearted front he put up for everyone was a shield to keep his own pain hidden, and i think that's what surprised me the most. Puck was in just as much pain, and had just as many regrets as Ash, but had a very different way of dealing with it. And it was also a blast getting into the head of the famous trickster and seeing his brilliant plans come together.
If you haven't read Puck's novella, Summer's Crossing, it's in the Iron Fey anthology, Iron Legends, available at most book retailers.
Also, if you haven't heard the audio version of it, give yourself a treat and check that out. Josh Hurley is the narrator, and does the voice of our favorite prankster perfectly.
Listen to a snippet here at Audible.com.
And that's today's Ask Me Monday. Questions? Comments? Leave 'em both below, and I'll talk to you all next week. =)