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Creating Characters - The Complete Guide to Populating Your Fiction; Foreword by Steven James

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Creating Characters - The Complete Guide to Populating Your Fiction; Foreword by Steven James

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Create characters that leap off the page—and into readers’ hearts! Populating your fiction with authentic, vivid characters is a surefire way to captivate your readers from the first sentence to the last. Whether you’re writing a series, novel, short story, or flash fiction, Creating Characters is an invaluable guide to bringing your fictional cast to life. This book is a comprehensive reference to every stage of character development. You’ll find timely advice and helpful instruction from best-selling authors like Nancy Kress, Elizabeth Sims, Orson Scott Card, Chuck Wendig, Hallie Ephron, Donald Maass, and James Scott Bell. They’ll show you how to: Effectively introduce your characters Build a believable protagonist Develop strong anti-heroes and compelling villains Juggle multiple points of view without missing a beat Craft authentic dialogue that propels the story forward Motivate your characters with powerful objectives and a believable conflict Show dynamic character development over the course of a story No matter what your genre, Creating Characters gives you the tools necessary to create realistic, fascinating characters that your readers will root for and remember long after they’ve finished the story. | No matter what your genre, Creating Characters gives you the tools necessary to create realistic, fascinating characters that your readers will root for and remember long after they’ve finished the story. | Creating Characters provides an extraordinary gathering of the best writing instruction WD has to offer. The essays and articles will help readers tackle a variety of issues connected with character: conceptualising and naming, choosing the best POV, writing convincing dialogue and dialect, bringing characters on stage for the first time, weaving in antagonists and secondary characters, family and romantic relationships, motivation and conflict, and building solid character arcs.

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