I’ve always heard badly written characters can bring down a good story, but well-written characters can save a mediocre story. A few things I’ve learned
Creating characters for your story may be the hardest part of writing. But it’s the most important. Infographic from the blog Something Delicious: A Creative
I always think of my first draft as a lump of clay I’ve been working on for only a few minutes. It’s wet and soggy
The best thing you can do when creating a character is give them a flaw. Here are some more tips on avoiding wooden characters. Photo
I’ve been the victim of a writing group troll. I didn’t even want to read my rough draft. Then he proceeded to tear it apart.
Some articles on fiction writing I’ve read lately. Enjoy! Healthy Writing Habits: All in the Wrist And . . . Scene! What Really Drives Your