Characterization Stories

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100 Things You Should Know About Writing (Part 1) by MishaMFB
100 Things You Should Know About Misha Gerrick
This is about writing, as I think of it. Subjects covered will range from plot aspects to characterization, writing craft to just surviving as a writer. Mainly, Part 1...
Who Am I? Exercises to prevent your character from having an identity crisis by KyraMNelson
Who Am I? Exercises to prevent Kyra Nelson
Coming up with five adjectives to describe your character barely scratches the surface. In order to make your character figuratively come alive, you'll need to know them...
Tarot for Storytellers by Holly_Gonzalez
Tarot for Storytellersby Holly Gonzalez
A guide to using the Tarot as a tool in crafting characters, plots, and settings. Included are various spreads and interpretations I've come up with over the years, for...
Closet_Anarchist Presents: Writing Tips! by nelinor
Closet_Anarchist Presents: Nelly
Here are some tips and advice for beginning authors or writers who want to get their work out there!
Stronger than Pain by Cheeahmahkah1002
Stronger than Painby Amaka 👑🇳🇬
"A job well done! Keep it up!" "I love the simple use of Diction and back and forth nature of the book from present to future." "It was actually...
Archetypes for Writers by JenifryConan
Archetypes for Writersby Jenifry Conan
Archetypes are useful tools for building the foundation of your characters. 'Archetypes for Writers' covers several varieties of archetypes and how you can use them in y...
Write Then & There: A Writing Course by TheWritingLab
Write Then & There: A Writing Levi & Seth
[OPEN] Welcome! Here, you will find an eleven week writing "course," designed to help you get those writing projects of yours done! Craft plot, flesh out compe...
Fortune Favours the Week by saphraLuv
Fortune Favours the Weekby Rebecca H
One girl's story as told alongside seven other lives
Meet the Week Days by marinita28
Meet the Week Daysby Marina
Based on tumblr prompt: Describe each day of the week as if it was a person. Just a little practice since I have no homework to do.
Character Interviews by WolfSilhouettes
Character Interviewsby Isolation
{Currently Open} It's difficult to argue that characters in fiction aren't paramount to their novels. They engage the reader through their goals, invoke particular emoti...
A Series of Short Stories by AFlyingBeanu
A Series of Short Storiesby Bean
Just a bunch of short stories ranging from 500 words to 6000. Some are from school while some are just from free-writing. I love to share my writing, so why not make a c...
Reviews Written for #NBR: Constructive Critiques on Writing by ChayAvalerias
Reviews Written for #NBR: Chay Avalerias
This book features a collection of some of the reviews that I have written for fellow members in the #NBR community. These comments span across the following categories...
Moraina's Life Through Death's Eyes by KGFrederick
Moraina's Life Through Death's Eyesby KGFrederick
She was supposed to die the day of her birth, but it didn't happen. Death smiled and walked away. She'll have to wait for another time.
The People of My Life by thewriteoneforme
The People of My Lifeby Roxanne Delaney
In an English class in high school, we were told to characterize a person from our life in the third-person, but in a way similar to how Truman Capote characterized the...
Heroes Insider Weekly by WPAvengers
Heroes Insider Weeklyby WPAvengers
Do you find yourself staring blankly at your computer screen or notebook, your mind completely blank; in desperate need of inspiration and direction? Well help is on th...
My Nitpicks with Characterization by vibrantvelvet
My Nitpicks with Characterizationby Creativity? What's that?
Some things I find that are incomplete in the world of characters.
field of battle [rwby.] by -insincerely
field of battle [rwby.]by sodium
this fucking title needs changing and that first chapter is fake
Surface Characterization by murphywu3322
Surface Characterizationby murphywu3322 Compared to solution phase methods, surface analysis often encounters difficult...