I’m writing a story where my main female protagonist is lesbian. I myself am not lesbian, so I was wondering if you had any pointers? Her sexuality isn’t going to be the main focus of the story, & there probably won’t be a love interest (maybe in a flashback), but I want to mention things like past girlfriends, & her brothers teasing her by pointing out cute girls to her & saying she should go talk to them & such. Mostly in the background, but still a big part of her. I just want to do it right.

sunnydwrites: Thanks so much for you ask, I definitely have some pointers! Including Sexuality Without a Relationship Firstly, I really like your idea of mentioning past relationships and the family aspect to it. Definitely include those!  I would also consider… Read moreI’m writing a story where my main female protagonist is lesbian. I myself am not lesbian, so I was wondering if you had any pointers? Her sexuality isn’t going to be the main focus of the story, & there probably won’t be a love interest (maybe in a flashback), but I want to mention things like past girlfriends, & her brothers teasing her by pointing out cute girls to her & saying she should go talk to them & such. Mostly in the background, but still a big part of her. I just want to do it right.

I’m writing a story where my main female protagonist is lesbian. I myself am not lesbian, so I was wondering if you had any pointers? Her sexuality isn’t going to be the main focus of the story, & there probably won’t be a love interest (maybe in a flashback), but I want to mention things like past girlfriends, & her brothers teasing her by pointing out cute girls to her & saying she should go talk to them & such. Mostly in the background, but still a big part of her. I just want to do it right.

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First, thanks for writing your blog, it’s really helpful! Second, any tips on how to stick to your character(s) and their personalities? I have a hard time defining and sticking with their traits. Thank you!

sunnydwrites:  Thanks so much for your ask (and for the compliment! <3), I do have some advice! Sticking to Your Characters’ Personalities Sometimes, it’s definitely hard to define and commit to a character’s personality. There are several reasons this might… Read moreFirst, thanks for writing your blog, it’s really helpful! Second, any tips on how to stick to your character(s) and their personalities? I have a hard time defining and sticking with their traits. Thank you!

First, thanks for writing your blog, it’s really helpful! Second, any tips on how to stick to your character(s) and their personalities? I have a hard time defining and sticking with their traits. Thank you!

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Adverbs in Writing

sunnydwrites: “Adverbs are the worst.” “Cut every single adverb out of your writing, they can all be replaced.” “A published work shouldn’t have any adverbs.” Um, what? These are just a few examples of the things I’ve read recently regarding… Read moreAdverbs in Writing

Adverbs in Writing

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Reworking Moments of Exposition

sunnydwrites: So you’re written another chapter in your story, and it includes everything that you need. Reading it through, though, you might find what you’ve written a bit… underwhelming. Dull, even. Here’s the truth: your chapter probably isn’t as boring… Read moreReworking Moments of Exposition

Reworking Moments of Exposition

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