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17 November 2006 @ 02:29 am
 
Hm, trying to work more depth into my characters, and I'm finding that one lacks any interesting ties and isn't integral to the plot, so he seems a bit superfluous. Maybe I don't really need him. Or maybe I can come up with something interesting to work him into the story. The thing is, without him, there aren't that many guests/suspects. I don't know, I might think of something as I rework the plot a little.
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Rev: Eileen - reverie_shadow on November 17th, 2006 02:43 pm (UTC)
Ah, I've faced that same problem before as well. Out of curiosity, but what kind of story are you writing?
Marianne: Writingresplendentposy on November 17th, 2006 10:57 pm (UTC)
This is for my murder-mystery play. I don't want too many characters, but yet I don't want too few. Including the char I'm questioning, there are six, and one of them dies. But I want to have them all be actively interesting, although it should all be centered on the main plot. Maybe I can come up with some reason he might want the hostess dead.