Develop who the very first Tooth Fairy is and understand their character.
Then, start creating a backstory that coincides with how they ended up becoming the tooth fairy.
Your attic can even contain a portal to another dimension if you really want it to.
In this creative writing exercise, you’ll start by reading.
Character development can be defined as the uncovering of who a character is and how they change throughout the duration of your story.
From start to end, readers should be able to understand your main characters deeply.
You can read a new book or even some of your old writing.
Highlight or copy sentences or paragraphs you think are very common experiences that most everyone in the world knows of.
Just like with missing gym sessions, the less you write, the more of that skill you lose.
Hannah Lee Kidder, a very talented author and Youtuber, gave me this writing exercise and I have used it many times.