How do you describe chemistry between characters?
In its most basic sense, chemistry is how two characters interact with each other. It’s an energetic exchange between two people in a relationship—whether that relationship is romantic or not. On the surface, chemistry might look like: Dialogue that flows well (teasing, witty repartee, etc.)
How do I put two characters together?
7 Ways to Grow Your Characters‘ Relationships
- Create a reason for them to spend regular time together.
- Allude to time spent together.
- Entwine Their Lives.
- Give them a Common Enemy.
- Put them in a Stressful Situation.
- Getting a Glimpse into the Other Person’s World.
- Surprising Commonalities.
- Do you have characters in your manuscript who need to grow closer?
How do you write a story with two main characters?
How to Successfully Feature Multiple Main Characters
- Think Reader-First. You want nothing to stand in the way of the reader’s experience.
- Make Your POV Characters Distinct. In subsequent books in the Left Behind series, I used as many as five different perspective characters for one novel.
- Choose Carefully.