Hi! I like writing and chess and drawing.
"FreelyTomorrow" wrote:Well, you have to begin with inspiration. If you're not really inspired, or you don't have a proper idea, then it won't work out. You need to write down things about each character. If they're going to do something, think about why. Why do they dislike or like a specific person? How do they look? What about their personality? And you can't forget the background. Another thing is if you write in first or third person. Each person has a preferrence. You need to also let it flow. Things should be in order. Someone doesn't get hurt before they're touched Try to make the order of things realistic, what would you do first? There are alot of questions you ask while writing. We need to be able to feel the character. If they burst into tears, we should too. When they win a battle, we should celebrate. You know. . . A really important part of writing is character development.