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Anything pertaining to developing the details associated with characters in your writing.

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It is possible, as the other answerers have given examples. However, it requires more care. If you are exploring a balance between two character traits, the method the character uses to about their …
answered Jun 7 '15 by Cort Ammon - Reinstate Monica
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Don't create the character, grow them. This goes for female characters as well. If you look at the way society raises children in a gender divided world, there are cookie cutter patterns that childr …
answered Apr 7 by Cort Ammon - Reinstate Monica
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I believe "chosen one" stories are fun because it's not clear which way one should view it. The two viewpoints are two sides of the same coin. If I may wax philosophical, Alan Watts was famous for a …
answered Aug 18 '18 by Cort Ammon - Reinstate Monica
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There's a few solutions I'd recommend. First, I'd recommend something mentioned by Francine DeGrood Taylor in a comment: research common experiences in those who claim to have come back from the dead …
answered Jun 11 '18 by Cort Ammon - Reinstate Monica