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Brenda Hill, Admin

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Join date : 2014-10-23
Location : SoCal

PostSubject: Characters   Thu Nov 20, 2014 3:50 pm

This evening our writers workshop will work on Novel Characters.

Whether your novel is plot- or character-driven, your characters must be dynamic. Interesting. After all, in most successful novels, the characters' wants & needs drive the story. Think Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler.

So, if we do not have a Civil War background or a devious main character, how do we make our characters dynamic? How do we make a seemingly dull character interesting? And, how many characters do we need?

Join us and we'll do some exercises to help. As usual, I'll provide handouts to help guide you

Novel Writers Workshop - Redlands, CA

So how do you make your characters interesting?

"The professional writer is the amateur who didn't quit." Richard Bach

Brenda Hill
L. Cooper Press
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