Does you main character have one? What's the one thing your MC your main character couldn't live without.For my main character, it's this guitar.This is the ESP JH-3, a super rare guitar created by…Continue
It's funny you started this topic. I was just reading a blurb from a writing book about how to make your character real in your reader's minds. Giving them a talent or something they like to collect topped the list. My secondary…"
"This is a fantastic topic idea!
My MC also has a prized guitar, a battered acoustic with an engraving from his late mother. Besides that, I'd say his scythe. It's kind of a necessity when monsters could be lurking at any corner."
My novel has been my WIP for a while now. I have poked it, started rewriting it, looked at my rewrites, decided they were crap, and then started rewriting again. Mostly from scratch.My WIP "Social Disease" has been my baby since I wrote it in November of 2008. I have loved it more than I have loved anything I have written, and more than anything else, it's kept my attention. Story ideas come and go--I can pour 30,000 words into a story and then decide it's assy--but Social Disease is my one…See More
"Hi KC!! Overall I liked this! You do the female perspective well. I do thing some of the dialogue was a little over the top and was begining to grate on my nerves (which would probably be true in real life too--listening in on teen girls).
"Pretty much anytime we had to read analyze Shakespeare's plays was a bad time for me. Mainly because I never got the point of analyzing the plays. They were plays; I always thought they were meant to entertain people, not for high school kids…"
"Thanks for the feedback! I know, I'm pretty horrible with the grammar and the spelling and punctuation stuff in my first drafting phase--thanks for pointing out the mistakes, because it seems like no matter how many times I read it for myself,…"
"Okay, I like it already. It takes place in MD :-)
Also you start with 'I' but then switch to 'she'. I am rather confused as to who is the MC in this. Is the 'I' person Ellie? You talk about 'she thought…"
"One (loose) rules I seem to follow when I'm writing the juicier stuff that I remember from hanging out with mostly girls in high school, is that girls have a tendancy to describe how things feel, as opposed to boys, who tend to describe more of…"
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