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Tag Archives: Character development
Interrogation Tactics Are Your Friend
Our guest Terri Osburn, author of Meant to Be, has a wealth of questions to help you turn flat characters into characters that keep your readers turning pages. by Terri Osburn I’ve been judging a lot of contest entries lately, … Continue reading
Writers, Act Now!
Welcome to Last Fridays with Naked Editor Tiffany Lawson Inman on Writers In The Storm! Right now my physical self is driving up a Colorado mountain to Margie Lawson’s 5-day Immersion Master Class to be her co-instructor doing some … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Craft, Miscellaneous, Tiffany Lawson Inman Tagged acting, acting class, Character development, characterization, choreography, editing, Emotion, Golden Heart, Margie Lawson, Margie Lawson's Writer's Academy, Medthod Acting, Method acting, Method Blocks, Naked Editor, novel writing, Oscar, RITA, writing 58 Comments
Don’t Let Thrillers Hog The Freezer!
We’re so excited to have with us today at WITS: Tiffany Lawson Inman -Naked Editor! She’s not only Margie Lawson’s pride and joy, she’s an amazing editor who can help take your writing from good to great! Here’s Tiffany: Why is … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, Tiffany Lawson Inman Tagged Character development, Darkness My Old Friend, editing, Elliot Perlman, Friends, Henning Mankell, Lawson Writer's Academy, Lisa Unger, little women, Margie Lawson, Naked Editor, page turner, plot, Stieg Larson, Tana French, the shining, thriller, Tiffany Lawson Inman, writing, Writing Craft 41 Comments
Plot vs. Character: The Other Side of The Story OR Plot vs Character: WITS Bloggers Throw It Down!
by Fae Rowen Before we get started, I’d like to announce the winner of a six-pack of my cards. Janel is the lucky commenter. Janel, if you would e-mail Writers in the Storm with your mailing address, I’ll send your … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, This week at Crit Group Tagged Anne Moir, Bev Walton-Porter, Building Believable Characters, cardboard characters, Caroline Myss, Character development, character-driven, character-driven writing, Characters & Viewpoint, conflict, David Jessel, David Keirsey, Debra Dixon, Dr. Alexander Avila, Eric and Ann Maisel, Fae Rowen, GMC, Goal. Motivation, Jenny Hansen, Laura Drake, Love Types, Marc McCutcheon, Marilyn Bates, Orson Scott Card, Plot vs Character showdown, plot-driven, Sharla Rae, Sun Signs for Writers, What Would Your character Do?, writing, Writing Craft, Zodiac signs 22 Comments