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Every story has characters that are very close. Their sort of friendship surprises the readers. Most writer’s always build this intuitively but learning their core elements can enhance your use. Below are some of the ways you can achieve this closeness in your story. How did they meet; You should be able to let us ..

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The concept of acceptance into a group is simply one that many people explore in story writing without knowing they are doing that. If we check great books we will see the same phenomenon in this books. The basis is to ensure group communication. Various characters, protagonist and antagonist alike, have to join a new ..

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To build a great character’s voice (where we discussed the other things that help build a wonderful character’s voice), and a unique one at that, some of the things you need to apply are some quirks to your characters. Quirk refers to being odd. This indicate that that every conversation is measured by their abilities or ..

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Metaphor/ Similes/ And Mannerism For some times now, we’ve being discussing Character’s voice and we divided how to use them into four. 1.Choices of words Confidence Level Quirks and Mannerism Metaphor/ similes/ comparison   Today we would be discussing Metaphor/ Similes/ Comparison. Character’s voice as we have considered is something that would make your reader ..

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So, in recent times we started a series on Characters. We are exploring Character’s voices and how to strengthen it. Confidence Level Confidence level refers to the background building of your character. They are the things that encourages the speech of the character. Let’s take Clarisse from the Percy Jackson series for examples. She was ..

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Naming your characters can be a difficult task. At times, many people mix up the names of their characters all in a bid to pick the best. And in doing that, so many people delve into the errors of forgetting to correct these names. At Writertain, we make it our business to enlighten you on ..

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The character chart is a chart which is used to build that perfect character. let’s check its uses. 1. connection: It helps writers connect to their protagonists, antagonists and all characters of their story. J.K Rowling knew so much about Harry Potter as well as other characters of her work that she wrote seven books ..

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