I am writing a, story about a adult with a disabilities in love with someone who is normal , but the guy doesn't know these yet.
So would I have yo write a whole profile on all the characters in my story or not? I want to be a, writer so bad I want yo write novels
I do have a little bit of autism in me. I don't usually ask for the kind of help with my story's. I like writing story's because it's like I am in the adventure or love story and I feel it's me I want to get lost in my characters. Any help well be grateful. I still don't know what state it should take place in like Florida , California north Dakota south Dakota I mean those are ideas let me know which state you like of those.
Most Helpful Guy
Well I'm really terrible in creative writing so I wouldn't know really lol.0
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It's very good practice. Even if characters don't know each other well yet, you as the writer should know each character inside and out, like the back of your hand, so that you can write them consistently. Making things up on the go works for some people, but a great majority of people just end up with shallow/inconsistent characters.
My personal rule is that you should be able to write a 10-page biography on any character who's age 13 or over.
As for where it should take place... that can affect the characters and the story. Like if it takes place in Florida, one character could have hobbies which involve the beach or something. Or if you think snow is romantic, the couple huddled together by a fire with hot cocoa, then Florida and California wouldn't be great choices. Personally, I like South Dakota out of those.0