How to use incredible character archetypes to create characters that really move us – with intention. Plus 3 points you need BEFORE you draft a profile.
Find out how to write dialogue as an action, how to avoid exposition and how to create rich dialogue that makes characters come alive.
There are many ways a writer can develop both the plot and the protagonist at the same time. Creating a Hot Object for your protagonist is one of them.
As I hit week two of creating the first Bunny and Witch storybook, there are already things that I’m creating and then throwing out. The part of me that created the stuff that goes in the trash is just going to have to accept that. This week is about the first stage of finding the characters I want in these books. The idea of them doesn’t quite exist yet.
Here are 10 reasons writing dialogue and talking are not at all the same thing. Get tips on what to avoid and what to do when you want to write strong dialogue that moves action forward while revealing character.
Naming characters is important. But can a character’s name influence plot points or drive character? Absolutely.