Tag Archives: characterization

A is for Antagonist in April | #AtoZChallenge

I have to admit I only found out about the Blogging from A to Z Challenge (April 2017) today, having been out of commission for a week and a half with balloon head and cotton brain, brought on by some … Continue reading

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How to Keep Your Readers From Asking, “Why Didn’t They Just…?”

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Stephanie O’Brien My siblings and I have sometimes joked that we could take over several fictional universes with the power of “Why didn’t they just…?” When characters fail to use an…

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Steps to Make Your Minor Characters Exciting

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by John Briggs I’ve known plenty of authors who spend hours creating character sheets for their main characters, worry about what their shoe size is, favorite color, and the name of their…

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