6 Elements of Character Appearance that Go Way Beyond Eye Color

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A black fedora crouched low over his hooked nose and stiff blonde mustache. He hugged his fraying coat tightly around his body, as if he was afraid it would run off on him, like the second button had. But the really curious thing about the man was the half-carat diamond ring squeezed onto the little finger of his left hand.

9 Storytelling Blunders That Make You Look like an Amateur

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Image from Dark Uncle

 

You may be a grammatical black belt, leaping big vocabulary words in a single bound. But take care: you could still be making elementary mistakes that’ll leave your readers cringing, eye-rolling, and yes, even face-palming.

Holiday Archives: How to Get Close to Your Characters

I hope you who celebrate Thanksgiving had a good one! For me, Turkey Day marks the beginning of the holiday season, which means I’m on soft hiatus till the new year. InMon will continue weekly as usual, but on Fridays, you’ll see links to some archived posts from years past. Hopefully they are fresh to you, or at least good reminders. Here’s this week’s!

The 300th Post: Featuring the Top 10

Yes folks, you are reading post number 300 on BeKindRewrite! Applause! Music! Fanfare! And in monument to this momentous moment, I present the top ten most viewed posts (so far). Click through and read ’em if you haven’t already.

#10. Tips for Creating Lovable and Relatable Protagonists

#10. Tips for Creating Lovable and Relatable Protagonists