April 29, 2011

More on Creating Great Characters

While trying to find out how to make a character sympathetic, I found a few good more character-building goodies.

Inner Dialogue is vital. K. M. Weiland has 5 Ways to Write Character Thoughts Worth More Than a Penny.

Beth Hill says The Psychology of Character shows us that every time a character makes a choice, he’s revealing who he is.

What do Frodo and the evolved Superman have in common? You can relate to both of them. How to Make a Great Leading Character by Seth Frederiksen.

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