Hello. I’m Marsha’s new puppy, Scout. I’m the only puppy in the family, but she’s not the only writer. The working title of my opus is Bite the Bunny. Edgy stuff. I’m writing in first-puppy for its immediacy, but feel so limited from this point of view. Why not try omniscient while I have the opportunity to create a world and shape its inhabitants?
A Dog Blog
Here’s a synopsis:
Follow the saga of one girl’s struggle to Bite the Bunny–only the pink, squeaking bunny–while sorely tempted to bite a kitchen table leg, chicken leg, and pant leg. Will she overcome the trappings of instinct and survival to satisfy her ultimate yearning for family acceptance? Will she bond with the bunny? Bite only the bunny and grow to new dimensions of self-acceptance through bunny bonding?
Character and plot are no problem for me. Voice and tone are more of a challenge because I hear so many nuances. And don’t get me started on setting…I’ll have to chew on it.
What would happen if you did it from the bunny's point of view?