Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Character description. Get inspired and try out new things.
If you are a morally upright and decent human being, then you would consider hygiene to be a very important aspect of your daily routine. And that might mean
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As authors, we always have a mental image of how our characters look and move. It can seem only natural to start with appearances when introducing them to our readers. The problem is, what do you really notice about the people you meet? What stands out to you, even months or years after you’ve met them?
Printable character sheets to help you learn the most about your characters and give you an easy reference to look back on!
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100 ways to describe your character's eyes.
Antagonist examples from literature show how to write great adversaries that add conflict and tension to your story. Learn more and read strong examples.
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Today I’m sharing some amazing tools as part of Verbaleyze’s My Writing Toolkit event, in hopes you might find some new weapons in the battle for strong, compelling description. For those not familiar with VerbalEyze, they are a 501(c)3 nonprofit that serves to foster, promote, and support the development and professional growth of emerging young […]
As most readers will tell you, there is something quite disturbing about a character who loves dogs one moment and is terrified of them the next, or who has pants on at the beginning of a line of d…
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