Here’s the third Character Questionnaire!Continue reading “Character Questionnaire 3”
You know what would be a fun thing to do with your characters? Make memes with them!
Time for another Character Questionnaire!Continue reading “Character Questionnaire 2”
Everyone has a breaking point. Everyone gets to a point where everything is going wrong and they don’t know what to do and the pressure and stress gets to them.
Introducing the first post to the Character Questionnaires series! On the last Tuesday of every month, I’ll be posting a list of ten questions and answers so that we can round out our characters more!
If your protagonist knew they’d be stranded on a deserted island, what are four things they’d bring with them to try and keep their sanity intact while they wait for the chance that a search-and-rescue team will find them?
What kind of style do your characters have in fashion? Are they casual or dressy? Do they wear bright and bold colors or dark and muted neutrals?Continue reading “Character Fashion”
As you get to know your characters, you should be building a biography for them. It can be short and snappy or it can be detailed to the point it could be its’ own little book.Continue reading “Character Biographies”
Before embarking on your novel, there’s something else you should do besides outlining: write flash fiction. Whether it’s a scene you want in your novel or something completely random, write it.
Continue reading “Write Flash Fiction To Develop Characters”
What is the difference between character development and a character acting out of character?