The Ultimate Trick to Crafting Complex Characters — E.M. Welsh
At the heart of a great story almost always lies a great character. While there are of course exceptions in which the setting or the plot carry the narrative, in most circumstances a great story isn’t without a stand-out character or two. Because of this, all writers devote time to crafting charact
101 Questions to Ask Your Protagonist
Answer these 101 character questions to make your characters detailed and realistic. Start writing better characters today.
Examples Of Character Archetypes | Writers Write
Writers Write is a resource for writers. In this post, we share examples of character archetypes you could use in your stories.
How to Create an Epic Character for your novel: this infographic lays out nine foundation blocks to help you get to know your character on an entirely new level. Make sure to check out the workbook by clicking the pin if you want to delve into your character development in more detail! // Something Delicious
Building a Character Arc: Start at the End | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
As I mentioned with the worksheet I shared last week, it's often easier to work backward when we're framing our story. At the very least, knowing the ending often makes it easier to see our character's arc.
25 Steps to Building Dynamic Characters – Emalie Jacobs
Building Dynamic Characters | 25 Easy Steps | Writing Inspiration | Writing Motivation | Writing Characters | Writing Goals | Novel Writing | Character Building hacks | Plot your Novel | Free Character Bio Sheet | emaliejacobs.com via @emalie_jacobs
33 Ways to Write Stronger Characters — Well-Storied.
No matter how much tension you pack into the pages of your book, readers won’t care about your story if they don’t first care about your characters. After all, there’s nothing page-turning about a predictable protagonist playing out a predictable plot. If you want readers to invest in your characte
Writing Tips: 23 Questions For Character Building
Character building is more than just appearances. Here are a list of 23 questions to ask for every character you’re writing — for any genre. As well as some examples to help get your thought proces…