When does a character stop being a cardboard cut-out of a person and start being an obnoxious, whiny toddler that you’ve brought into the world? When you get to know them. I don’t mean filling out lists of questionnaires on hair color, eye color, and three main personality traits. I mean nitty-gritty staring contest. AContinue reading “Write a Character as Stubborn as You Are!”
I think all writers often see their work playing like a movie in their minds. I know the exact layout of each place, what everyone is wearing, and what the background music must be. I am a writer who believes firmly in the philosophy, “don’t write about a place you haven’t lived in”. The settingsContinue reading “Writing Setting”
Finishing a project that is currently your greatest accomplishment in life can feel, for lack of a better word, weird.