MOVING YOUR CHARACTERS AROUND THE ROOM

MOVING YOUR CHARACTERS 

AROUND THE ROOM


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As we saw in the section dealing with 

reaction and interaction,



static characters are dull and lifeless. If you 


are to breathe any life into them,


they must be seen to move about.

In order to write effectively about a situation

it is not enough just to visualise the characters, 

the author must also have a

clear picture of their surroundings. The layout 

of a room, for example, the length of a road, the 

interior of a car.

Minding the furniture

Even when all the characters are seated, they 

still nod their

heads, shift position, wave a hand expressively. 

They may

stand up, pace the carpet or make their way 

into another room.

 In order to convey this effectively, you need to 

know the layout of not only the room but also 

the building and how they can get to where they 

want to go.


You also need to know where the furniture is 

placed, how they many oeuvre around it and 

how fast or slowly they move.

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