How you doing, Write Lifers!?! This is my final post on characterization, and I’ll admit I think it needs some fleshing out. I appreciate any ideas y’all may have in regards to what I am about to unveil. How does your character view life? Is it a race? Is it a party? Is it dreadful
How you doing, Write Lifers!?! So this is my second installment on characterization that I am presenting on Howlietzer, and I think it is just one step above the last post I wrote. What you need to know about your character before you write, while you’re writing, and even after you write about them is
How you doing, Write Lifers!?! I’m sure you’re wondering what I’ve been up to. I finished my first book! I’m submitting to agents as I write this, but I would really like to get back to posting on here regularly. For November, I’m working on a characterization series. Something that really impeded me while writing
Plot… the most important element to your stories. Your plot moves your characters in a certain direction. They, your characters, may have free will, but without forces acting against them, there is no story. How do you create a plot that your readers will want to invest in?
Characters… the most important element to your stories. Your characters need to be likeable. They need to be real. They need to be interesting enough so your readers will continue to read your book and, hopefully, your series. So how do you create characters that people want to invest in?