Characters & Viewpoint: A Review

Characters & Viewpoint
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Orson Scott Card’s Characters & Viewpoint offers an in-depth look at inventing, constructing, and performing characters in fiction writing. To this end, he makes a distinction between writing and storytelling– a relationship he likens to composer and performer, screenwriter and actor.  Continue reading “Characters & Viewpoint: A Review”

Screenplay: Writing the Picture Review

screenplay
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If writing screenplay interests you, you really need to check out Robin U. Russin’s and William Missouri Downs’ book, Screenplay. Continue reading “Screenplay: Writing the Picture Review”

Character Traits: A Review

To understand people, to write about them, and to read about them is endlessly engaging. When we unravel their psychological puzzles, we ultimately shed light on our own lives. ~Edelstein

Character Traits
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If you struggle with devising multi-faceted and realistic characters, I strongly recommend you check out Writer’s Guide to Character Traits.

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