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character development questions: answer all these questions and you should have a fully developed character for your audience to connect with. a strong character can carry a weak plot; but a strong plot can’t carry weak characters.

Master List of Medieval Names In England.    bryndonovan.com

MASTER LIST Medieval English Name ideas for your character at the Texas Renaissance Festival- weekends October and November!

A common problem—even in traditionally published books—is Missing Motivations. A character's goal can feel irrelevant if readers don't understand why they have that goal. Or a character might seem stupid or unlikable if readers don't know why they're acting a certain way.

The Most Important Question in Storytelling: "Why?"

Question mark on white background with text: Character Motivations: Give Me a "Why?

Tips on writing character backstories

Character Background: 5 Backstory Writing Tips

MASTER LIST of Facial Expressions for Writers! (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post10169134&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Master List of Facial Expression Descriptions For Writers . I don't have much time to write anymore but when I used to all the time, I was always looking for new and different ways to describe things.

4 Tips on Creating Pitch Perfect YA Characters | WritersDigest.com

4 Tips on Creating Pitch Perfect YA Characters

Creating characters for young adult novels can be a real challenge. Here are four crucial tips to help you get back into the shoes of your high-school self.

Six Things Not To Do When Writing About Forests - Write For The King Blog #writingtips

Tips for Writing About Forests

Three Things Writers Tend to Get Wrong: Forest I’m just a teen, and I can’t say I have a ton of experience writing bestselling novels—read that sentence as I have no experience writing bestselling .

Heroine Archetypes, part one. MarisMcKay.com

Last week, we finished talking about the eight hero archetypes listed in The Complete Writer's Guide to Heroes and Heroines: Sixteen Master Archetypes. In this post, we'll cover the first of four heroine archetypes. All quotations are from the book…