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Tag Archives: character
Do Your Characters Fight in a Way That Advances Your Story?
by Jenny Hansen Today we’re going to open a discussion here at WITS about how your characters fight. Some of my posse from More Cowbell, who also hang out here, have heard the terms “dirty” and “clean” fighting. Those of … Continue reading
Posted in Craft Tagged character, conflict, fighting, Jenny Hansen, relationships, Writers in the Storm, writing 25 Comments
The Rocky Road to Me …
By Florence Fois I would like to thank Laura Drake and those here at WITS for this gracious invitation to share my journey. I have spent many a happy hour reading the talented women who contribute to this blog and … Continue reading
Plot vs. Character – Which Side are You On?
Before I jump into today’s post, I just want to remind you to stop back on Friday for our next Fabulous Friday guest blogger, multi-published author, Louisa Bacio! Part 1 of a series This part brought to you by Laura Drake. Check … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, This week at Crit Group Tagged Blake Snyder, character, Donald Maas, Fae Rowen, Glen Strathy, Laura Drake, Linda George, novel writing, plot vs character, plotting, Randy Ingermanson, Save the Cat!, T.N. Tobias, Writer Unboxed, Writers in the Storm, writing, Writing Craft 37 Comments