If my character has to go through a change, from bad to good, how can I make him likeable when he's in his 'bad' stage? It's hard enough as it is to make your character likeable, but now you have to make him likeable when he's doing something not likeable? How counterintuitive is THAT? But there IS a way. And I'm going to be showing it to you today! Let's get started!
Today, I'm going to be talking about how a girl's mind works when she's in a fight. After learning about these 3 stages that most girls go through in a fight, you'll be able to incorporate some epic realism into your girl characters when you write your fight scenes! Let's get started!
Are you struggling to find the name that just fits for your characters? Well, look no further than here! Today I'm going to be sharing with you guys 3 tips to help you correctly name your characters. Let's get started!
How do you create a betrayal so perfectly heart shattering that readers will be crying in their seats? Well, it all starts with the character who will betray the others. So today, I'm going to be sharing with you guys 3 ways to make the perfect Betrayal Character so that when the epic betrayal time comes, readers hearts will break. Let's get started!
Okay guys, it's DEBATE DAY! (It's actually not, but I'm starting a debate *evil laughs*) The topic of the debate? Out of plot, character, and theme...which one is the BEST? Let's get started!
A strong female protagonist is something hundreds of us writers have been scrambling to write correctly since...forever. Usually the female characters are all weak and pathetic or else they're way too physically strong. So how do you find the mix? How do you find the place in between the two where the character is a strong yet likeable person? How do you find what's right? That's what we're going to be talking about today!
Have you ever found that your character's are suddenly acting completely opposite to their personalities? All of a sudden, it gets extremely hard to write your character's correctly. For SURE, I have struggled with this before, so I decided to come up with 4 super effective steps that I'm going to show you guys which really helped me begin to bring out my character's unique voices, and keep them the same the whole way through-and I believe they'll help yours too. Let's get started!
I haven't read a lot of novels with many sibling relationships in them, but I can seriously enjoy them when they're pulled off really well! Still, sometimes it can be hard to write realistic sibling relationships, and I can totally understand that because there are so. many different ways to write them! So today, I'm going to be helping you guys with a few tactics that will enhance your character's sibling relationships. Let's get started!
Hooks are going to be the one huge thing that's going to make your readers keep reading past the first sentence, but...what happens after that? How else will we be able to create a successfully gripping first chapter? Today, we're going to find out how!
So I've been teaching you guys all about how and how not to ace writing your quirky characters for a while. (You kind find all my humor posts here.) Yet, even though we've already gone through a lot, I haven't yet told you how you can make your readers believe that your character actually and truly funny through and through. So today, I'm going to be telling you exactly how to create a believable funny character! Let's get started!