Writing Notes - Killing charactersWriting Notes - Killing characters1 year ago in Writing More Like This
Many writers state that they are very connected to their characters. This is not surprising, for writers we build worlds, we create people and animals and imbue them with a form of life. We let them live in our heads and think on them often.
Often I have day-dreamed into my written world, sat on a log watching my characters around the campfire swapping stories. I've seen them laughing, passing around skins of bad wine and spiced meats. I've seen them sink into sorrow at those they have lost, those they couldn't save. Whether any of this gets written is a different matter because it is all designed for me to learn more about my characters, so
The Ultimate Guide for ReadersThe Ultimate Guide for Readers3 years ago in Writing More Like This
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Lets say you like to read but only like historical fiction, and you want it to be a romance, but it can not be a fanfic or have any sexual scenes, alright? Well you go to the da search bar, type in historical fiction, click the right categories, and whats this? About 34535256236236 stories to go through and none are the type you want? Well that is where this comes in. This directory is to make it easier for readers to find what they are looking for, and avoid what they are not. It will also help writers from having their stories lost in that big pile of 34535256236236 other stories.
Prompts 60 of 100Prompts:Prompts 60 of 1002 years ago in Writing More Like This
1 Ten o'clock.
2 Dance club
12 First Kiss
15 Full Moon
24 Cup cake
26 'For I Am'
30 Day in the life of ______
34 High End Fashion
36 Peeping Tom
37 It was just passed dawn when she awoke, a veil of gold illuminating everything it touched, making everything shine within it's touch
38 Match maker
39 The Golden