Ade (agentfroot) wrote,

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Writer's Block: My Fictional Counterpart

What character in a book can you connect with or relate to the most?

I'm not entirely sure, but right now I'd say Sunny Baudelaire from Lemony Snicket's Series of Unfortunate Events. Few people understand the things I say, and many grownups tend to underestimate me because I'm so young and small. But those who know me well see that I'm full of hidden wisdom, even if my speech seems confusing and coded, and I have a fierce bite. I'm very loyal to my friends (if not my siblings), but I am not someone you want as your enemy. I'm also quite a budding chef, if I do say so myself. I'm a fairly good judge of character and know a bad guy when I see one, but I also can tell when a seemingly scary or dangerous character (or snaaaaaaaake) is really just misunderstood. I may be a seemingly innocent toddler right now, but I'll probably take the world by storm in 10-20 years.
Tags: fictional counterpart, writer's block, writing

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