~Writing Tips~

Here are some of my own tips to help you with your stories~

Chapter 1

Character Traits

If you feel like you already know lots of longer vocab words, you can skip to the very bottom of this chapter or the next chapters.

A
able
active
adventurous
affectionate
afraid
alert
ambitious
angry
annoyed
anxious
apologetic
arrogant
attentive
average
awesome
awful

B
bad
blue (feeling)
bold
bored/boring
bossy
brainy
brave
bright
brilliant
busy

C
calm
careful
clueless
cautious
charming
cheerful
childish
chilly
clever
clumsy
coarse
corny
concerned
confident
confused
considerate
cooperative
cool
courageous
cowardly
crazy
credible
creepy
cross
cruel
crummy
curious

D
dangerous
daring/daredevil
dark
decisive
delusive
demanding
dependable
determined
discouraged
dishonest
disrespectful
depressed
doubtful
dull
dutiful

E
eager
easy-going
efficient
embarrassed
encouraging
energetic
evil
excited/excitable
expert
extra-ordinary
excelled/excellent

F
fair
faithful
fearless
fearful
fierce
fiery
foolish
fortunate
foul
fresh
friendly
frustrated
funny

G
gentle
geeky
giving
glamorous
gloomy
glorious
glad
good
graceful
grateful
greedy
grouchy
grumpy
guilty


H
happy
harsh
hateful
healthy
helpful
honest
hopeful
hopeless
humorous

I
ignorant
imaginative
impatient
impolite
inconsiderable
independent
industrious
innocent
intelligent
ignited

J
jealous
juicy
jumpy/jittery

K
kind/kindly
kinky
knowing/knowledgeable/known
kindhearted
kissable
keen

L
laughable
lazy
leader
lively
lonely/lonesome/loner
loving/lovable/likable
loyal
lucky
lucious

M
mature
masculine
mean
messy
miserable
mysterious
muscular

N
naughty
nervous
negative
nice
noisy
numb

O
obedient
obnoxious
old
original
optimist/optimistic

P
party animal
peaceful
pessimist/pessimistic
picky
pleasant
polite
poor
popular
positive
precise
precious
proper
proud

Q
quick
quiet
queer
quarrelsome
questionable
quotable
quaint
qualified

R
rational
realist/realistic
reliable
religious
responsible
restless
rich
rough
rowdy
rude

S
sad/sadistic
safe
satisfied
scared
secretive
selfish
serious
sharp
short
shy
silly
skillful
sly
smart
sneaky
sorry
social
spoiled
stingy
strange
strict
stubborn
sweet
squeaky

T
talented
tall
tiresome
thankful
thoughtful
thoughtless
tired
tolerant
touchy
trustworthy

U
unique
unfriendly
unhappy
upset
useful

V
vibrant
vicious
vengeful
vivid
vivacious
vampiristic
victorious
vigorant/vigorous
venomous

W
warm
wanted
weak/weakling
wicked
wise
worried
wrong

X
xen (Definition: foreign)
xeric

Y
yappy
young/youthful

Z
zappy
zippy
zingy
zesty
zany
zealous

Tip #2: Instead of 1st grade words such as happy or sad, use excited or glum instead.

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