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Tag Archives: character
Deep Antagonist Characterization
I got pulled aside at a recent conference by someone who was agonizing over her story idea. We talked about it—she had a great idea, just didn’t quite know how to execute it. We discussed plot, ending, characters. The way … Continue reading
Posted in write tips, Writing, Writing Tips Tagged antagonist, back story, bad guy, character, character development, fiction writing, motive, novel writing, Writing 14 Comments
Setting Descriptions: Keep in Character
Whether you write in intimate first person, which allows the reader to experience what the characters experience as if walking around in their skin, or a more distant person, where some omniscient someone tells the story, often from … Continue reading
Posted in write tips, Writing, Writing Tips Tagged character, first person, Jack Ryan, novel writing, omniscient, POV, setting description, Tom Clancy, Writing, writing fiction, Writing Tips 6 Comments