AATR4- Audition Deadline EXTENSION (UPDATE)Chatroom - Intro - Rules - Prizes - Joining - FAQMore Like This
Powers, Characters, Limitations covered in detail
Creative Resources - Audition Comic Tips
THIS JOURNAL PREVIOUSLY CONTAINED THE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE AATR4 AUDITION DEADLINE EXTENSION. This journal was accidentally overwrit
Heinoustuck: InevitableMore Like This
Every child on their thirteenth year
Will finally know the true meaning of fear.
The first was a girl, quite eloquent in word
But when she was taken, her pleas went unheard
Her mouth forced to curl, like a kitten with yarn
She always seems happy, despite having no arms
The poor little girl has been completely replaced
All that's left is a cat, a forced smile on its face.
To the "cool" rapping boy, it happened as well
Despite how hard he fought with his brother, he fell
When he awoke he had wings but no feelings at all
They'd all been ripped out when they'd messed with his skull
Now the boy never can actually lose his "cool"
He got what he always had wanted... the fool.
Even the island girl could not escape
To be transmutated remained as her fate
To her dog she was fused, and with it came powers
Now infused with Bec's essence, she no longer cowers
At anything, but that power came with a cost
In the process her true personality was lost.
The last of the four was a boy fraught with fear
7 Tips for Introducing Your Characters7 Tips for Introducing Your CharactersMore Like This
Anybody Can Write a Novel
Chapter 5 “Choosing and Designing Characters” – Section 3 “Introductions”
With Links to Supplementary Material
When a reader first picks up a book, they create an instant connection with the author of the story—formed through a required level of trust just so that the two of you can immerse yourselves in the world you have created. The writer and the reader are, at that point, friends or pleasant acquaintances; and at that moment of relationship and immersion into the realm of story, the characters become just as real as the reader/writer relationship. The writer, in this situation, has the benefit of already knowing all the characters, and it is up to him/her to create an introduction for the reader to meet the characters. The lack of a good, comfort