Major project in school I chose to write a book. I'm only submitting 1000 words and analyzing it but it's being written as a book that I aspire to either learn from or publish in the not too distant future. I'm finding that as I write with a character who has a name they grow into it. Now I'm not gonna publish any of this since it needs to be sent away to be marked and I don't want to cause any confusion but I just want to ask people what, without knowing how I completely write or anything, what these names and small snippets of my writinh might tell you, were you a reader of this 'book'. I sure hope you don't mind being a junior member and all Arthur Molesworth -"Arthur Molesworth was a senile old man who had spent the last few decades of his life dedicated to collecting eggs. His home was dusty and had a stained, dry air to it, and it was filled with colourless paintings of what you could only assume were deceased explorers and adventurers..." Johnathan 'Johhny' Black -"He appeared to have been dwelling there, on naught but his own wits, for years and years. It was unapparent how he came to be the way he was, but when he sought the opinion of a shrub during a brief conversation on stars, everything he said seemed to make perfect, insane sense."(from my own writing). Bearing in mind this is all conceptual and whether they are even human is still being considered on the drawing board. This project isn't even due until sometime next year and I am choosing to get a head start with some girlfriends so we have time to be as accurate and detailed as we can. My parents and english teacher already read a lot of my work and given their opinions and whatnot and I don't want you to hold back. Don't be nasty since I am a bit of a doubt-nut but being constructive is great. It's not even definite these characters will make an appearance in this work but as far as learning how to identify a character by just a few lines could make a difference in how a reader reacts to them and I want to get these reactions to reflect on what I think they need to reflect. or whatever.