@parkerActive 2 years, 1 month ago
This is a list of questions to help develop your characters and give them a unique voice. Of course, you don’t have to answer them all.
Place of birth:
What was important to the people who raised him:
Economic/social status growing up:
You know you’re a writer when you wish to be kidnapped and you hang around supposedly dangerous people on purpose.
When you see someone’s hair at the grocery and begin thinking of how you would describe the colors and style.
When you criticize everyone’s stories, movies, and books because their characters weren’t developed as good as you thou…[Read more]
What does everyone think of this prologue? This is from a mystery book I’m writing.
A man gazed out into the distance. His squinted eyes swept across the scene. Trees, full of leaves were planted in rows, the sun illuminating their leaves to a neon-green. Farther on were mountains, rising high into the air and sloping low to create a…[Read more]
Critiquing is one of the BEST ways to grow as a writer. A new set of eyes can see the faults and problems in my novels and chapters far better than I can. And if I critique someone else’s writing, I get to see what makes it good and what doesn’t work, and thus be able to apply that new knowledge to my own writing.
A couple of quick notes:
Great to see you here, @parker! Are you in a Guild group? If so, which one?
Hi, Parker welcome to the group! 🙂
Mind telling us more about yourself?
Like what are you working on at the moment?
I’m Aimie an eighteen year old from the humble Gold Coast, Australia.
I’m a fantasy reader and writer and I’m working on two projects at the moment that are on my profile.
I have a cat named Ollie do you have any pets?
I’m a homeschooler too, and I love Wingfeather!