I can answer various questions about how to create characters for fiction writers.
Two published books, Heroes and Heroines, and Ten Steps to Creating a Memorable Character, plus years of teaching both on-site and on-line
Several national magazines...had monthly columns
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Dominic... there are many ways... 1 - you could take a character class... there are many online 2 - join a writing organization 3 - find a critique group to give you feed back 4 - google "character
Sue... (nice name...grin) I assume this is a non-fiction book based either on your life or someone you know. The question you have to answer is - why will anyone want to read it? If it is just
Jacob... that depends.... in a suspense story, the reader doesn't know who the villain is until the end... while in a thriller, the reader knows who the bad guy/girl is...but it is all on how the good
Sophie... well several people have asked me this question... in the last answer I listed two books.... this time I'll go into character development a bit more. Thoughts on building a character.
Jacob... ah, a sci-fi fan... Steampunk seems to be very popular right now... as I have two other writers doing stories in this genre... Now as to creating your characters... I have two books that might
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