Tag Archives: Character Introduction

Borrow from Reality, Part II

I recommend you steal liberally from your own experience, people you observe, and people you read about. Continue reading

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Modes of Communication in Character Development

If someone always writes hand written messages and visits people’s homes for dinner, what type of person would you picture?  Would you visualize an older or younger person? If someone is sexting, texting, and consistently on the cell phone, would … Continue reading

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Characters: Physical Description + Setting = History

For most people, first impressions are very strong. Part of that impression is of the person themselves, but part of it is the setting. Continue reading

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