Scitament

A pleasant dish, a delicacy; (fig.) an example of pleasant or witty conversation, a verbal embellishment.
“† scitament, n.” OED Online. Oxford University Press, September 2016. Web. 5 December 2016.

This is probably going to be a somewhat boring week. I’m going back to basics again and trying to get some better habits in before I rely too much on technology to fix my mistakes. I tried to draw with a felt and it looked terrible. Up till now, I haven’t figured out how Amor looks. Sounds a bit weird to say, especially since I’ve been working on her for the last ten years, but I haven’t really sat down and thought about the details. She has a favourite colour (Wild Orchid) and an MBTI type (ENFP), but only recently has she even received a hair colour.

I guess I’m a bit of a romantic and care more for who my characters are and what makes them tick, rather than what they are. I think the hardest part of writing is sharing someone who I’ve known for years but is brand new to everyone else.

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