Anonymous asked: Hey, Write World, I love your blog! I have a question: I’m an atheist who grew up in a family of atheists, and I find it difficult to write religious characters. For example, one of my main characters is fervently religious, but when friends read the scenes she’s in, they tell me that there is a condescending tone surrounding her. This is unintentional, but I don’t know how to stop. Any tips?

I feel really strongly about this, so before I give my opinion, does anyone have any tips for the anon?

Can you help?


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  15. shinobicyrus answered: I think that someone’s faith is only a symptom of their character, not the cause. A good or bad deed can be done for different reasons.
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    Religious person raised by semi-religious people here. The key to writing characters, I feel, is in relating to them, or...
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  25. yourbrojesus answered: I always think of the little things. Like a theater piece, its the little things that really bring a character to life. Hope this helps.