@thewirelessbladeactive 14 hours ago
This is the Way.
I’m not picky. Paul joins a rebellion in his story anyways.
Me: “Wait, I have something to say.” *Head appears*
Whatever we’re RPing in, we need a way to dig into our characters. Develop them, ya know. Either way, we should get them to fight.
Paul: “Wait, what?”
Me: *I sink down again* “HEY! WATCH WHERE YOU SWING THAT SUN BLADE!”
Paul: *Rolls eyes* “He’s been dealing with this kinda stuff lately.”
Me: “Okay, Nate. Come on down. Take the ladder, someone’s stuck in the elevator.”
*Nate sinks below desk*
Paul: “Do you really think this’ll help?”
Me: “Don’t know, let’s find out.” *Paul appears*
Paul: “*sighs* Okay.”
Nate: “I may have to leave. I’m an anthropomorphic fox with electrical powers.” *looks down* “Right?”
Me: “Ask Emberynus.”
We should probably come as our characters… *Sinks below desk*
Me: “Okay, who’s going up? Pynitic?”
Pynitic: “I’d rather not.”
Paul: “I have problems to deal with.”
Me: “Exactly, so get up there.”
Paul: “No, send Nate.”
Nate: “Do I have to?”
Me: “I don’t have anyone else.”
Sandy: “I wanna go.”
Me: “You’re a dragon. You won’t…[Read more]
Thomas is here.
I’m getting ready to release my blog, LifeAfter7Teen, to the world next year.
How do you all choose your character’s main problem (the one that needs fixing)?
Study us guys, then stop worrying about it.
There’s a few minor things different between guys and girls, but personality-wise, Tom-boys are still a thing.
If you ask me, swear words lessen your reader count.
If someone who’s against swearing in books (like me) read said book, then not only will I stop reading it, I’ll tell other folks that it has swearing, which starts a chain of avoidance of not only the book, but the author themselves.
People want content that more family-friendly these…[Read more]
I don’t fell like that’s the problem.
It’s a feeling. A sort of “You shouldn’t do this” Kinda feeling. And I can’t tell if the feeling is from God or not.
I’ve been stuck for too long.
I still don’t know why I’m stuck. Fear. Doubt. Laziness. A different calling. I can’t track it down.
I’ve been looking for the answer for ages now. I’ve asked tons of questions, watched videos, prayed. Even now, I’ve tried to write, but it felt wrong. I don’t know why.
I’m in a stupid rut, and I don’t know how to…[Read more]
I’m running a Civil War on The Young Writer Community with 54+ people attending. So yeah, I’m having fun.
Seriously, how? Can you give your character some vices, find a way to fix them, write it and make it a story? Is it that easy?
No, Thomas, don’t be ridiculous.
Okay, so it isn’t. So what’s the best way to do that kinda stuff? Any thoughts?
~Girl lives in a city in the sky (Parents members of the city council??) Flip a coin on the parents bit, it doesn’t matter.
~Taught that the earth down below is evil and dangerous This sounds like something I’ve seen.
~Accidentally falls (?) down one day Very few people fall on purpose.
~Is terrified because of the stories she’s heard …[Read more]
This is a different project.
Great idea and all, but I don’t even know what he’ll do myself.
10 kids! Wow. I certainly can’t complain about not being able to make time to write.
I need some thoughts here.
I’ve got me a character with pretty much no flaws (This is only my third or fourth time ever making a internally flawed character), so I don’t know how to do it. I’m trying to go about this by figuring out my theme, and it isn’t working.
The best way to discribe him is bouncy. He lives a perfectly normal life with a…[Read more]
Quick question: What do you do about writers who disagree with your edits?
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