Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. We all have weird quirks that are fairly uncommon, to say the least. For the fear of being judged we keep them to ourselves, however, that doesn't stop us from being curious about what others have to hide.
How to use character quirks
What makes us quirky makes us unique. What makes us unique makes us special. And that which makes us special is what are greatest attribute Somethings maybe just a touch of odd. An odd can be fun. What is your weird quirk? I can't read the description of someone winking in a book without winking myself. Why did I wink as I read that? I can lick my own elbow and I love bragging about it. I'm an adult and it's nothing to brag about.
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But before we get into that, here are a few notes on what character quirks are in stories and how to use them. Click To Tweet. A character quirk is an unusual feature that sets your character apart from others. Having blue hair, however, is a different story. Basically, for something to be a quirk, it has to stand out from the pack; it has to be, well, quirky. It might be a special talent like heightened intelligence or a paralyzing fear like arachnophobia. But whatever it is, it should be unusual enough that readers remember it and associate it with whichever character possesses that trait. Here are a few ways to ensure that these quirks work effectively in your story. Some of the best quirks are those that end up aiding the character or contributing to the plot in some major way.
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