Tag: characters

The Art of the Fake Name

lizard-is-writing: Anonymous asked: “I’ve been trying to come up with some character names that sound foreign, but I don’t want them to sound ridiculous to people who can speak the language they’re supposed to be based on. I know I could always Google baby…

suggestions for a young writer? im 15 and i just started seriously writing about a year ago~ since then I’ve written mostly poetry but I really write other stuff like short stories or plays too! but i always have trouble making my ideas ideas into something and just deciding how or what i want to write. and i get so worried that i lose motivation! i think that i first want to tackle trying to make characters/a simple short story. advice, tips, or tricks? thank youuu!

Hi! I’m glad you’re ready to get started! Being eager about writing is the best. Writing a poem is a lot like writing a short story, so you’re on the right track. Good writing is precise and almost lyrical. It can be really difficult…

Characters of Color

writerivers: A lot of people seem to have problems when it comes to describing a character’s race and how to approach it. There are mutiple ways to drop hints about your charcters race/ethnicity/religion/etc. 1. Have them participate in a cultural holiday or tradition.Example: Anita…

aleatoryw: shawnhenryspencer: betazeds: shawnhenryspencer: shawnhenryspencer: betazeds: shawnhenryspencer: do you think vampires and werewolves are an exclusively human phenomenon or are there dwarfish werewolves and elvish vamps and shit?? would you fucking go to bed *griffin voice* come plaaaaaay with me in this spaaaace centaurs…

doctordragonisback: If you’re straight, write stories with gay characters, but don’t write stories about being gay. That’s not your story to tell. If you’re cis, write stories with trans characters, but don’t white stories about being trans. That’s not your story to tell. If…

Character Development Questions: Hard Mode

i-see-light: Does your character have siblings or family members in their age group? Which one are they closest with? What is/was your character’s relationship with their mother like? What is/was your character’s relationship with their father like? Has your character ever witnessed something that…

reblog if you want your followers to tell you what fictional character you remind them of

robe-boy-kid: !!!!!!!! please !!!!!!!! Please do! I could use some inspiration and motivation these days. You can go by personality, appearance, vibe, etc.–whatever makes the most sense to you!

startledoctopus: ronibravo: i started writing original fiction because of a comment i got on a house md fic i wrote when i was 12 years old. someone said “this is out of character, house and wilson would never act like this.” so i thought, “if i…

startledoctopus: ronibravo: i started writing original fiction because of a comment i got on a house md fic i wrote when i was 12 years old. someone said “this is out of character, house and wilson would never act like this.” so i thought, “if i…

hiiiii! I’m currently outlining my story and I have a lot of characters that I don’t think do anything for the plot or many characters that do the same thing that one character could do. Do you have any tips on how I could figure out whether or not to keep them? Thanks.

heywriters: Save them for another story or sequel, otherwise, kill your darlings. From experience as a reader and writer, redundant and interchangeable characters in a story will confuse the reader and reduce the impact of your lead roles. Find a few good reasons to…

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