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Consider how the world reacts to the character Fundamentally, female characters aren't that different from male ones. The key difference is that women are treated much differently than men are, and as a consequence the way they see the world and how they move through it can become very different from how men do so. (If you don't believe that people treat ...


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It sounds like you are in draft mode either pick the most compelling one that moves the plot along in a way you prefer most or rewrite it until there is no other options left for them to go and one way or bust is the solution. If you are in draft and your mind really wants to chase rabbit holes on these what if scenarios then pick one and go down as far ...


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Here's my crack at it (but don't assume I'm 100% correct xD): “In six months' time, Vledos Manis will be leaving Moran due to the periodic Rotation. He has served his twenty-year tenure as Consul of Moran. We want the handover to be as smooth as possible for the incoming new Consul, Martalus Tollen, and his Legion. For that, I have come here for your ...


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Well, do you have any female friends you could ask to review your writing? other than the genuine feedback that only a woman could give you, you are hardly the first male writer who is trying to write from a female character's perspective. You could try reading the works of male writers who had done this pretty good and read their books with a writer's hat. ...


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you could use descriptive words like, The brunette, The shy girl, The freckled girl.


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