Tag Archives: characterization

Bug Bites?

I got bug bit. Twice— on the backside of my shoulder where it meets my neck. The bites are no more than three inches apart. And I didn’t notice them until the itch started. Continued itching and scratching soon revealed … 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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Those Darn Characters

I’ve been thinking about a character I have in one of the books I’m working on. At the same time, my writer’s group has been discussing characters – what to name them, how to make them act, what their deepest … Continue reading

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