"Where is my lighter?"

My stories are highly dramatic, unlikely, and even unrealistic. They're supposed to be. My characters are highly flawed, imperfect, and in some cases, almost toxic.

But there's something so fun about coming up with a deeply unlikeable character and helping them develop in complexity and reach a new level of potential. How DO you get a person to change? What do they need to learn to be better?

I'm also an over thinker, lol. That's probably why I'm such a good therapist. (At least I like to think so)

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Paz y la pura buena onda.
  • JoinedJuly 19, 2020

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losautenticos losautenticos Oct 21, 2020 02:31PM
Guys! I’m getting a lot of feedback about the way things are going in Vera’s story. I know it’s confusing but I specifically wrote it that way because I wanted to see everyone’s reactions. I promise...
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