Mass Answering #3
Hi! I love your blog and helped me a lot! I’m actualy block because I can’t describe well the places and the character voice, body and face expresions and I’d like be more descriptive with the clothes of my characters. - Anonymous
- Settings and world building
- Character development and descriptions
- Body Language
Hope these help! If you encounter any other issues make sure to narrow them down and I’ll get at them.
Hey, do you have any advice on how to name your book? I’m struggling to think of a title for my fantasy story at the moment. -Anonymous
Firstly, this blog has become my best friend. I’ve been writing for awhile, but this has really helped me improve my style and I thank you for that! Secondly, have you answered anything on how to write different accents? I’m trying to write a character from Scotland and I’m terribly unprepared for how to approach the accent. I’ve looked around your blog for some help but haven’t found much by way of accents so I thought I’d ask. Thank you for all your help! - itsarugsbust
I’ve talked on how to write accents. Most people agree with one thing though: you shouldn’t write them as they sound.
I don’t know if you’ve been asked this before, but I’m having some trouble writing reactions to the death of a prominent character who was close to others in the story and was wondering if you could help? -Anonymous
Take into consideration the circumstances of the death, how it happened, and the relationships of those they were close to.
What do you mean by that exactly? In any case, we have a tag on serial killers.
Do you have any advice for writing an organized serial killer? - Anonymous