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Ursa Major Award Nominations for 2012

It's Ursa Major Award nomination time again!

I have a full post up on FurAffinity here, which links to my eligible stories and points out which ones I think are the best. I'd repost the whole thing here but I'm stupid-busy and changing all the BBCode is a giant pain in the ass. So, enjoy a link!

And here, of course, is the all-important link to the nomination page: http://www.ursamajorawards.org/nominations.htm

Happy Hunger Games Nominating!

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tom_leo
Feb. 1st, 2013 12:43 am (UTC)
FA is offline again >.
drew2u
Feb. 1st, 2013 01:29 pm (UTC)
Quick Q: So "third person limited" is a pov where the reader is only familiar with the main character and the main character's thoughts, correct? What is it called when the pov is just of the main character's actions with very little introspection given?
rikoshi
Feb. 1st, 2013 08:36 pm (UTC)
So the degree of introspection/thought process doesn't actually matter, here.

If the story only involves what a particular character is experiencing, and the reader doesn't see/know/experience anything that that character isn't privy to (whether internal or external), then it's third person limited.

If the narrative includes information that the character isn't experiencing, couldn't possibly know, or that involves the narrator interacting with the reader more directly, then it's third person omniscient.
drew2u
Feb. 2nd, 2013 05:55 am (UTC)
Goootcha... thanks! I wasn't sure if "limited" broke down into internal/external, but if not, then there's my answer!
I wrote a short story that I wanted to have an action-adventure feel to it so I kept the introspection/inner-monologue exceedingly sparse.
The only thing the hero feels is physical paaaain!!! /joke
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