This statue reminds me of myself when I was a lot younger. Okay I wasn't made of stone (I'm still not!) but I did always have my head in a book. (And do so as often as I can now!). Image via Pixabay.

SIGNS OF A GOOD CHARACTER

FAIRYTALES WITH BITE

In Signs of a Good Character, I list 10 things I would count as being signs of a well written and developed character.  I include things like a good character has depth to them and how they handle crises reveals more of that depth.  Do you agree with my list and can you add to it?

THIS WORLD AND OTHERS

Putting Your Characters on a Diet is, for me, when you give the readers everything they need to know about the characters but no more than that. Cut out all the flab!

FACEBOOK PAGE

The theme of characters continues as I discuss what is it about them that is the real draw to any story or book.

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The magic of stories. Image via Pixabay

The magic of stories – and it is the characters who cast the spell. Image via Pixabay

 

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