How to Develop a Character
When creating a fictional character you need to write in depth. Get as detailed about the character as you can and not just their appearances. You want to describe everything that you can and still make it interesting. Things like describing where the character comes from and how they lived or currently live.
Explain their environment by describing what the area smells, sounds, and feels like. Do they life in a big city or in a rural area? If its the city tell us about the sounds and smells. If the character is in a rural setting explain the land scape, local culture and traditions. Tell us about the the trees, the grass, the way the birds behave and local smells or sounds.
For more about this character development check out my publishers pick on descriptive writing and how to write a fiction character that comes to life. Please note that it has been my experience that these ideas will work for both fiction and non-fiction writing projects.
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Tracey R. Kern
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