Another wonderful post! Thanks for the tips.
For the A-Z challenge, I am posting writing and editing tips to help you improve and enhance your writing.
C is for Characterisation
Characters can drive a novel. Their problems, crises and development can bring a reader in, enthrall, excite and even inspire. The conflicts and dilemmas your characters face, their feelings, thoughts and actions should be at the heart of your novel. So how do you create a character your readers will want to follow?
- You don’t have to like your characters. Your readers don’t need to feel sympathetic or to relate to them. There are plenty of fascinating anti-heroes out there. What matters is that your readers are drawn into the world of your character. Get inside your character’s head, and let your reader in there too.
- Know your character. What drives them? What do they want? What do they need? What do they like? What do they…
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