Monthly Archives: July 2016

Keeping it Consistent

In the previous posts, the discussion centered around building strong, memorable characters that will propel the plot. As each is taken in turn and molded, it is necessary to keep a record of who and what they are, and where they are headed. This author has borrowed ideas… Read more »

The Strong Characters

Whether the protagonist, main character, hero, antagonist, villain, supporting character — animate or inanimate — an author needs to know the players traipsing through their story. The more known, the more realistic that player becomes to the audience and come to have an emotional attachment. To that end,… Read more »