Writing a Narcissistic Character

Details You Should Know

By Annette Rey

I hope it’s only a character you want to profile and that you have not been exposed to a narcissist in real life because they are highly destructive people for those around them.

Let’s look at a few points you can incorporate in your self-indulgent character.

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Easy Build of a Character

Opioid User

By Annette Rey

Opioid use and abuse is big in the news now. If you have a character in your story that is an opioid user, do you really know what the related terms are; what are the signs that you can see in a victim; what are the symptoms the victim experiences?

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Help for Writers

Great Site #14

By Annette Rey

Writers search for inspiration, new approaches, grammar facts, and education in all aspects of creating stories. I reblog the following post to help my readers along their writing journey.

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Writing You, Maybe?

An Introspective View

By Annette Rey

Here’s a great character idea – with a psychological slant.

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Write a Profile of a Person You Know

Be Honest

By Annette Rey

When I write a profile of a person I know, I go into extreme detail. Following is an example of what I do.

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Writing About Interesting People

Whom You Meet

By Annette Rey

We meet people everyday and usually take little notice, and we certainly don’t engage in extended conversation with strangers. That’s too bad because we miss good opportunities to study the differences between people, and to discover things about them we can’t read from the surface.

Because I stepped over into another person’s world, today presented fodder for my writing. I remind you, as writers, to do the same.

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Role-play Writing

Go Deep

By Annette Rey

Looking for prompts? Looking to unlock the writing vault in your brain? Take a subject like ancient mariners. Then, research, role-play, and write.

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