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Write Characters that Sell!

Creating Characters Agents, Editors, and Readers Will Love

From Sherlock Holmes to Katniss Everdeen, there are some characters that stay with us long after we've turned the final page. Find the secret to character development that sells your novel in this collection of books, videos and tutorials with insight from top authors and agents. Explore character archetypes found in most fiction and how to apply those profiles to your own protagonists and antagonists. Whether you're starting from scratch or have a cast of characters that need more development, you'll find the advice you need to make the personalities in your story stand out to agents, editors and readers alike.

Inside this collection you will find:

Six books dedicated to writing unforgettable characters
Three training videos from bestselling authors
One recorded conference session by an award-winning writer

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Elements of Fiction Writing: Characters & Viewpoint

Do you need help with character development and choosing a point of view for your story? Then Elements of Fiction Writing: Characters & Viewpoint is the perfect resource for you. Author Orson Scott Card shows how you create a blueprint with your character description and viewpoint and that allows for the reader to fully envision the story.

Plot versus Character

What's more important to a story: a gripping plot or compelling characters? Literary-minded novelists argue in favor of character-based novels while commercial novelists argue in favor of plot-based stories, but the truth of the matter is this: The best fiction is rich in both. This hands-on guide to creating a well-rounded novel embraces character development AND plot creation simultaneously.

A Writer's Guide to Characterization

Dramatic change helps your characters stick with readers long after the story ends. In A Writer's Guide to Characterization, you will learn how to develop these meaningful story arcs and powerful characters. Using cross-cultural archetypes and Jungian psychology, author Victoria Lynn Schmidt teaches you how to add complexity and believability to your characters.

45 Master Characters

Explore a wide variety of character profiles including heroes, villains, and supporting characters. Learn how to use archetypes as foundations for your own unique characters and examine the mythic journeys of heroes and heroines-the progression of events upon which each archetype's character arc develops-and learn how to use them to enhance your story.

Characters, Emotion, & Viewpoint

The indispensable Write Great Fiction series continues with an in-depth look at three of the most important tools in the writer's craft: characterization, emotion and viewpoint. With the tips and techniques in this book, you will learn how to create characters that readers remember long after finishing your novel.

Writer's Guide to Characters Traits

Mix and match traits and quirks for a mix of flaws and strengths to make your characters unique and lively. Psychopaths, cult members, drug addicts, career professionals and philanthropists are all represented. Put your imagination and this instruction together and create characters your readers will never forget!

The Psychology of Character Thought, Action and Dialogue

Award-winning author D.P. Lyle, M.D. (Howdunit Forensics) says that in order to write any story you must first understand what makes people do what they do. Here he breaks down the different segments of personalities that will help you better understand your characters.

The Psychology of Character Thought, Action and Dialogue

In this presentation we explore how to draw characters through a novel from the first page to the last. With examples and exercises you learn how to: create characters who continuously deepen in personality through internal and external conflict, characters who reveal themselves through dialog and action, and characters who genuinely and naturally transform by the end of the book.

Full Cast: How to Enrich and Expand Every Character in Your Novel from the Leading Man to the Background Extras

Every novel, from the heart-wrenching literary drama to the pulse-pounding thriller, is driven by character. We fall in love with heroines, cheer for heroes, and loathe our villains. Characters draw us in, and through them we experience our favorite stories. In this OnDemand webinar, find out what makes some protagonists iconic, while others fall flat, how we create rich motivations without burdensome back-story, how to populate your novels with unforgettable ensemble readers will love, and more!

Make Your Characters Come Alive

This tutorial is taught by James Scott Bell, the author of the mega-bestseller for writers, Plot & Structure, and numerous thrillers. In this tutorial, you'll learn the essentials that make your characters come alive and draw the reader in including the Lambert Secret to character development, the pull-back technique, and more!

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