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· Priscilla Felicia Harmanus · 1993 from the Netherlands · Last update: 25 juli 2020
No one knows who I am yet and what kind
of content I produce. So why not focus a topic that
people are already searching for, right?
One of the first questions to ask upon hearing someone has written a story and is making videos is, “What’s it about?” or “What’s the point?” Short answers may range from love to betrayal or from the coming of age to the haziness of memory. Characters are what make stories. Without a character, there is no story to tell, only a lot of scenery. The way a character speaks can inform us of their background and personality, like how educated they are, or what they consider to be important. Even the way other characters speak to and about our characters is a form of characterization. The way a character reacts to a certain scene also teaches us about them. Characterization is a writer’s tool, or “literary device” that occurs any time the author uses details to teach us about a person. This is used over the course of a story in order to tell the tale. Some people like to live their lives through these characters, who appear to have more exciting lives. And there has to be a reason to get to the end of the road, when you're trying to come up with a character or trying to continue their growth over the course of a story, it can be hard to track. This is a new web page.