Tag Archives: character development

Creating Memorable Characters

There are many elements to consider as you write your novel but including memorable characters is perhaps the most important of all. We all remember characters that resonated with our hearts, long after closing the last page of a book. … Continue reading

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Painting my world and coloring my characters

I have often thought that being a writer and creating my stories mirrors that of being in the mind of a child. At least, for me. I watch my oldest daughter play with her toys, watch her make them move and … Continue reading

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Character Development

I hope everyone had a great festive season and are ready to dive back into being productive. 🙂 For my first SMP blog post of the year I thought I’d explore the similarities between character development and gardening—give them both … Continue reading

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What’s in a Character?

Writers have pondered over this age-old question for centuries.  The mere mention of the topic produces an array of emotions that often lead to anxiety, tears, hair pulling, and a lot of nail-biting.  Now, writers spare the stubs and let … Continue reading

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