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Seven Surefire Ways to Write Great Fiction Characters!

Take your creative writing to the next level and design luminous fictional characters who leap off the page!

3.50 (3 reviews)

Seven Surefire Ways to Write Great Fiction Characters!

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31 mins

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Nov 2017

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What you will learn

Create unforgettable characters whose radiance ring true!

Understand what elevates a mere character to hero or heroine--and inspires readers' devotion!

Write characters who are deeply human, relatable, lovable--and readable!


Description

From Katniss Everdeen to Harry Potter to Jo March, great characters have that incredibly special, ineffable something about them that holds readers in their thrall and keeps them turning pages...but what is it? 

In a word, it's their humanity--their beautiful humanity--that rings true and lights up and leaps off the page. Chances are your favorite film and book characters radiate it as well. (I know mine do!) 

Learn here seven master strategies that will enable you to craft positively luminous characters you'll love writing--and that your readers will absolutely adore. 




Content

Introduction

Learn the crucial component of creating great characters! Meet your instructor.

The Seven Ways to Write Great Fiction Characters

Way #1 to Write Great Fiction Characters

Way #2 to Write Great Fiction Characters

Way #3 to Write Great Fiction Characters

Way #4 to Write Great Fiction Characters

Way #5 to Write Great Fiction Characters

Way #6 to Write Great Fiction Characters

Way #7 to Write Great Fiction Characters

Bonus Material! Great Characters Start on Page One!

How to make a character great from Page 1, Paragraph 1!

How to make a character great within the first chapter! �


Reviews

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Amber13 August 2020

I'm only partway through this, but there isn't a lot of information here. It's very scant and I'm thinking about asking for my money back.

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Leonard3 April 2020

I am no writer but enjoy the idea of getting right into the thick of your character's action from the onset. Prior to the class I was leaning more on a lot of setting and character description for the beginning. Good to know!


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11/19/2017

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