Character development can be defined as the uncovering of who a character is and how they change throughout the duration of your story.
From start to end, readers should be able to understand your main characters deeply.
Creative writing is a form of writing where creativity is at the forefront of its purpose through using imagination, creativity, and innovation in order to tell a story through strong written visuals with an emotional impact.
Creative writing uses senses and emotions in order to create a strong visual in the reader’s mind whereas other forms of writing typically only leave the reader with facts and information instead of emotional intrigue. While you can certainly write a book creatively using the second person point of view (which I’ll cover below), you still have to develop the character in order to tell the story.
All you have to do is sit down and describe your day – starting with waking up – as if you were writing it about another person.
Use your creative writing skills to bring life to even the dullest moments, like showering or brushing your teeth. It can be one you already created or a completely new one.
While non-creative writing can have dialogue (like in interviews), that dialogue is not used in the same way as it is in creative writing.
Creative writing (aside from silent films) requires dialogue to support the story.
However, you have to think of a very unique, interesting way of presenting this common idea.
The purpose of this is to help you dig deeper within your own story and plot in order to come up with the very best, most unique ideas – because Begin this story like you would any other.