If you’re tasked with writing a character reference, then your mission is to write about your friend and all her amazing qualities. Despite living in different cities after graduation, we've remained close friends. Sometimes actions speak louder than words. The Past Ideal for your protagonist or characters in a long novel or epic film series.

}; If your character is an adult in your story, then you’ll want to fill out quick details on each question in this section. Eliminate unnecessary adverbs and adjectives that add bulk but not meaning. Experimenting with creative writing prompts? var arr = url.split('? Firstly, remember that subtly is king.

Once you’ve arrived at the drafting stage, you should have some idea of what you want to say in your character reference. , If they could change one thing from their past, what would it be? They are hardworking, responsible, and self-confident. Loyal and hard-working. Mostly I fill in the parts like the basics, interests, etc., then add to it as go along the story (mostly in the history and personality sections) , I do something similar…although I usually just write down certain qualities. Instead, scatter brief descriptions throughout multiple scenes.

7. =========================================. Commonly used in the form of a character template, which includes in-depth questions that highlight the character’s traits, descriptions, and journey, the character bio is used as a resource for the writer’s reference. . (function($) { Once you’ve introduced yourself, you could give a brief summary of what qualities you’ll touch on in the rest of your letter. Her beauty was like the edge of a very sharp knife.” -White Oleander by Janet Fitch, “Besides the neutral expression that she wore when she was alone, Mrs. Freeman had two others, forward and reverse, that she used for all her human dealings. Last time she watched her cousins, they ended up putting together and acting out their own production of Frozen. This section is all about your character’s health. [] Healer (Wounded Healer, Intuitive Healer, Caregiver, Nurse, Therapist, Analyst, Counselor) “I was, and still am, despite mes malheurs, an exceptionally handsome male; slow-moving, tall, with soft dark hair and a gloomy but all the more seductive cast of demeanor.” -Lolita by Vladimir Nabakov, “Today Charis is wearing a sagging mauve cotton jersy dress, with a fuzzy grey cardigan over top and an orange-and-aqua scarf with a design of meadow flowers draped around her neck. Her eyes never swerved to left or right but turned as the story turned as if they followed a yellow line down the center of it.” -“Good Country People” by Flannery O’Conner, In a funny or sardonic piece, for example, your descriptions can be the same: “He was a funny-looking child who became a funny-looking youth—tall and weak, and shaped like a bottle of Coca-Cola.” -Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut.