Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Pie in the Face (how characters react) by author Rosemary Clement-Moore

Please welcome author Rosemary Clement-Moore, the award winning author of supernatural mystery novels for young (and not so young) adults. Her books range from scary and funny (the Maggie Quinn: Girl versus Evil series) to spooky and romantic (The Splendor Falls). Today Rosemary will be discussing character reactions. Enjoy!

10 comments:

Laci said...

I love her brothers reaction of the pie. He freezes, then yes sibling revenge!

Summer Ross said...

this was very entertaining!

Patricia A. Timms said...

I love the brother's reaction to the pie and how he stares at his handful of pie contemplating whether or not he should get his sister back, which normally would be an acceptable and expected reaction from him, but on a vlog, highlighting his sisters ability to demonstrate a writing skill...hmmm, and then BAM, right in the face! True, honest emotion from Rosemary. Just great!

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Now I want chocolate cream pie. Perhaps not in the face....
That was so cool, funny and, actually, informative!

Kimberly Franklin said...

I love Rosemary Clement-Moore! And this video was great--informational, helpful and hilarious! What more can one ask for?

Anne R. Allen said...

Thanks so much for reposting all these WriteOnCon things. I'm "forbidden" to access the site with a 403 notice (I thought this was free--were we supposed to pay somebody?) Anyway, thanks a bunch.

Katie said...

I have to say, this was a really cool way to think about things. An interesting perspective I haven't thought of before. Thanks!

Robert Guthrie said...

These vlogs have been cool and I looove how the organizers have thoroughly branded WriteOnCon.

Ann Marie Wraight said...

WOW!
How I would simply LOOOOVE to be a volunteer for the pie throwing demo!

Now that's the visual learning that I try to employ when I'm teaching my teens!

EXCELLENT WORK and SUCH FUN for us!!!

Medeia Sharif said...

Awesome vlog. I'll check the other ones that I missed since I've been popping in and out of WriteOnCon.

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