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Tag Archives: character motivation
What’s Love Got to Do with It? – Part Two
by Fae Rowen This post isn’t just for romance writers. As a genre fiction writer you know that to be drawn into your story, your readers have to care about your characters. This is true of all genres-women’s fiction, historical, mystery, … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, Inspiration Tagged believable character arcs, character motivation, Fae Rowen, Writers in the Storm, Writing Craft 19 Comments
Does Your Story Lack A Heartbeat?
by Sharla Rae Recently, at one of our WITS critique meetings, we found ourselves asking why one of our partner’s characters was doing something that appeared illogical. The writer explained it wasn’t illogical at all. It fit her character’s motivation. … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, This week at Crit Group Tagged character motivation, Sharla Rae 34 Comments