VKBoy
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Is it appropriate for me to write about the pandemic?
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Every writer has to take inspiration from somewhere, and if this topic interests you and makes you want to write, then please do so. It's a touchy subject as you said, but if you're passionate about ...

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How To Write A Prejudiced Likable Character
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Big changes often come because of people we know or believe in. You can achieve this by creating personality conflict(s) between her and her best friend/co-worker/parents/siblings/lover/someone she ...

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I’m trying to describe a character who broke his leg
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It all depends on the level of fracture, the place of the wound, and the number of fragments you've got. Bones get broken mostly when some sort of external stress is applied to them, or when you land ...

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Character with two names
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It's alright as long as you use it sparingly i.e., reserving such luxury for the main characters in the story, or the main characters in an arc. Anything more will likely irk some section of readers. ...

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Is it wrong to describe multiple scenarios with the same words, and if it is, how can I avoid it?
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You might want to avoid repeating the same words in this order: Line>>Paragraph>>Same Page>>Consecutive Pages>>same chapter. So, it's not quite a bad thing to repeat a few ...

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Instead of saying, “My eyes darted around.”
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You could say, My eyes... Swept the surrounds/surroundings scanned on every side/all over searched left and right/here and there If you don't want to lose the rushing aspect of the scene, use ...

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How can I describe a character who is black, but lighter-skinned?
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There isn't much context to work upon, so I'm giving it as best a go as I can. Hopefully, you'll find something helpful. "Hi, Mama," a woman with a face any boy could love greets, her ...

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Is this too depressing?
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Before anything, take my words purely as advice. I'm not trying to criticize your writing or anything. Now, I don't know the exact context and the relationship the main character(MC), Emma, and Camryn,...

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