When writing well rounded characters it can be useful to remember to add the little pleasures of their lives. Do they like to sip (caffeine analogue beverage) by the window in the morning? Will the sight of a lantern in the forest warm them inside of their various digestive organs? Can they appreciate the play of crystal-scattered rainbows across the walls of their dwelling place? These are fragments of existence that it is easiest to forget and can add some of the deepest layers to your world.
Betty Adams is an up and coming author with a bent for science and Sci-fi.