While in real life we might be happy and content for our lives to flow smoothly and easily and without drama, but in the fictional world we want the opposite.
People change and grow because of the things they experience, our characters should be the same.
So I don’t actually use anything more exciting than Microsoft Word for my writing but I hear people talking a lot about different software and programs they use for their writing so I decided to look into it, just because I was curious, and . . .
One of my favorite things when I write is creating the relationships between the characters. And not just my hero and heroine, but family relationships, friend relationships, the relationship between partners as I write crime books, and the relationships between my villain and the other characters.
This month we’ve been looking at keeping things consistent, particularly in the revision process, and here are some final thoughts on it!
Whether you’re writing your first draft, particularly if you write scenes out of order, or if you’re doing some major editing sometimes it can be tricky to keep your timeline consistent.
Continuing on with the theme of keeping it consistent this month, this week we’re looking at settings!