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7 Defense Mechanisms You Could Give To Your Character – 10 Minute Novelists
You’ve picked out your character’s eye color, hair color, and favorite ice cream. You have even chosen their personality type, their deep dark secret, and deepest fear. You certainly haven’t ignored their greatest desire and figured out how their objective in the story works with, or against, this desire. So have you thought about adding … Continue reading 7 Defense Mechanisms You Could Give To Your Character →
harleylovequinnson: creativewoman88: linestorm: Fighting Words Active verbs to use in a fight scene or an otherwise violent encounter, color-coded by severity (with red as most intense and purple as most mild), and categorized by type of fight. harleylovequinnson, this might help you if you ever want to write your spy/ninja stuff again!!! I don’t know about you, but I hate writing fight scenes for this very reason; I could never come up with the words. It’s one of the hardest things fo...