It’s the third week of Preptober, and NaNoWriMo 2018 is just around the corner, everyone! Now that we have our project statistics and plot established, we’re going to move on to perhaps the most exciting bits to write in your writer’s notebook: characters!
It is no secret that what I love the most about writing a book is the characters. After all, they’re the ones keeping me awake at night, pleading to me so I could stay up for a couple more hours and write the continuation of their stories. Most of the time, this means pulling an all-nighter just to get the story written.
And although it means me catching a cold, familiarizing myself with my characters allow me to write my stories faster.
Disclaimer: As my previous post, unfortunately, I wouldn’t be able to disclose the characters of my upcoming project, since:
- They are still very confidential—I haven’t written the manuscript yet!
- They are mostly incomplete, as I tend to add more information as I draft my manuscript.
With that said, here is how I record information about my characters inside my writer’s notebook. Continue reading