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The Novel Begins 3

2             My name is Joseph Tooley, and it was my father Jacob that went missing nine years ago out here in these very woods. No trace has ever been found of him in all that time. And believe me … Continue reading

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Question of the Week

http://www.gxgallery.com/ Which do you think makes for a more interesting Protagonist: An inner struggle or an obstacle that the world presents?

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Yet Another Way to Help You Find Your Character’s Core

A couple of weeks ago, you might remember, I posted some information about the Myers-Briggs personality chart to help a writer find a characters core that you could build upon. Well here’s another nice way to accomplish that that offers … Continue reading

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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator–Character Devlopment

Me personally, I’m a plot-first writer as opposed to a character-first writer. I usually come up with, what I think is a good title, and then have an idea for a beginning, an end, a twist, and then start outlining. … Continue reading

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