…. i see you on.
I, TOO, SEE YOU ON.
Does anyone else (lol) read their RP posts while recording themselves? That way they can listen back to it to make sure it sounds novel worthy? Because I do, and honestly, it’s a whole new level of drama reading, especially when it’s your own writing.
I went scouting through the internet for words to describe a character’s voice. Here’s a handy list for all you writers:
- Adenoidal/Nasal - Some of the sound seems to come through the nose.
- Appealing - Shows that you want help, approval, or agreement.
- Breathy - With loud breathing noises.
- Brittle - You sound as if you are about to cry.
- Croaky - Sounds as if they have a sore throat.
- Dead - They feel or show no emotion.
- Disembodied - Voice comes from someone who you cannot see.
- Flat - Spoken in a voice that does not go up and down.
- Fruity - Deep and strong in a pleasant way.
- Grating - Unpleasant and annoying.
- Gravelly - Low and rough.
- Gruff - Has a rough low sound.
- Guttural - Deep and made at the back of your throat.
- High-Pitched - Very high and shrill.
- Hoarse - Low rough voice, usually because their throat is sore.
- Honeyed - Falsely sweet voice.
- Husky - A husky voice is deep and sounds hoarse often in an attractive way.
- Low - Quiet and difficult to hear / in a deep voice.
- Matter-of-fact - Used about someone’s behavior or voice.
- Modulated - Controlled and pleasant to listen to.
- Monotonous - Boring because it does not change in loudness or become higher or lower.
- Orotund - Loud and clear.
- Penetrating - So high or loud that it makes you uncomfortable.
- Plummy - This word shows that you dislike people who speak like this.
- Quietly - In a quiet voice.
- Raucous - Loud and sounds rough.
- Ringing - very loud and clear.
- Rough - Not soft and is unpleasant to listen to.
- Shrill - Very loud, high, and unpleasant.
- Silvery - Clear, light, and pleasant.
- Singsong - Rises and falls in a musical way.
- Small - A small voice or sound is quiet.
- Smoky - Sexually attractive in a slightly mysterious way.
- Softly Spoken - A quiet gentle voice.
- Sotto Voce - A very quiet voice.
- Stentorian - Loud and severe.
- Strangulated - One that someone stops before they finish making it.
- Strident - Loud and unpleasant.
- Taut - Shows someone is nervous or angry.
- Thick - Voice sounds less clear because of an emotion.
- Thin - High and unpleasant to listen to.
- Throaty - Low and seems to come from deep in your throat.
- Tight - Shows that you are nervous or annoyed.
- Toneless - Does not express any emotion.
- Tremulous - It is not steady because you are afraid or excited.
- Wheezy - Has difficulty breathing.
- Wobbly - Unstable tone due to fright or emotions.
wouldn’t that make her a wolf, though…?
Apparently so, but it was just a want. But of course it isn’t canon because Damon has killed people in his human life, so he would’ve been triggered but he wasn’t. I just thought it’d be cool if she had been. But according to that, she wouldn’t have been. I doubt we’ll find out what she was either way considering the writers don’t care about “little” things like that. And the fanfic I read was AU / No supernatural, which is why it was plausible there.
So, I am reading this fanfic and in the fanfic there’s a mention of the Salvatore’s mother and which founding family she belonged to (she was a Lockwood) and it made me wonder, why was this never mentioned? Why are we still clueless about which family Mary Salvatore belonged to? I mean, what if she was a Lockwood, or Forbes, or dare I say, a Gilbert?
The family I’m voting for would be Lockwood, but of course that would be a no go.
But hmm, I don’t know. I just wish we knew more about the Salvatore family and even Mary, because then we’d possibly know which founding family she belonged to before marrying Giuseppe.