Tag Archives: Writing Tips

#25 Your Write to: Individualize Your Characters

Give ’em verbal ticks or special ways of fidgeting, that’s how you flesh ’em out!

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#23 Your Write to: Give Your Characters a Break

Put your characters through hell, sure, but also give them a break from time to time!

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#20 Your Write to: Give Your Characters Values

Give them morals and desires worth testing their limits for!

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#14 Your Write to: Expand Your Music Tastes

Why I think it’s a good idea to expand on your music tastes once in a while, or at least attempt to to get a better sense of why you like what you like.

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#13 Your Write to: Animate Inanimate Objects

I wanted to describe setting, but I ended up describing inanimate objects more. I’ll expand on more setting description tips in a follow up to this video next week!  

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#12 Your Write to: Narrate Life

AKA How to Cure Talking Head Syndrome. Make your characters move realistically with a touch, an embrace, or even a glance to convey non-verbal communication.

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#11 Your Write to: Watch People

Get your trenchcoat and fedora on, yous gonna be creepin peeps…for ideas! Ideas! Nothing else…

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