Writing Wednesdays: Characters

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img_3664-2 and Welcome back to my blog!

I’m going to talk about how to make your story characters really come to life! Lets get started.

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1. Talk to your characters;

Talking to your characters may sound weird, but it really works! I talk to my characters all the time. Its fun and helps inspire you!

2. Pretend to be your character:

Try to talk in your characters voice. Live as if you were a certain character. Ask your siblings or friends if you can role-play, you can even role-play by yourself. Develop your characters style.

3. Interview your character;

Ask your character questions. Or let someone else ask your character questions

4. Pay attention to the people around you;

Look around everyday at people near by. Sometimes I even look at strangers and see what they are doing, that helps me develop a character and a story.

5. Be creative!

Being creative is not hard. Creative is scribbling random words onto a piece of paper. Creative is you writing a small poem. Creative is you having fun and trying to write! Have fun and don’t worry about messing up. Their is no wrong way to write! Everyone  has their own style. Be yourself and have fun!

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Did this post help you? Do you have any writing tips? Comment down below!

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10 thoughts on “Writing Wednesdays: Characters

  1. 😊☺️😅 I must admit, I do. I thought I was the only one that did that. Lol. Almost every boy character I create, I have a crush on. But the silly thing is I rarely have a crush on real life guys.
    I guess it just easier to fall in love with them because when you create them you pour your heart into them and you make them just how you want them to be. You know their every secret, their struggles (okay Ava, no one wants to here your long speech.) Did I mention I ramble on and on a lot? When I’m lonely I talk to my characters. Out loud!
    Btw are you homeschooled?
    (Sorry for such s long reply, I hope I didn’t scare you off lol)

    Ava

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