Confession: I found today’s Twitter Treasure on Tuesday, but you know what? This diamond in the rough was just too bright and glittery to tuck away, especially with NaNo starting TOMORROW! So, if you’re having problems with developing your characters, or just want some last minute tips, check out this post on Chuck Wendig’s blog:
…Characters are not a fast soup — they’re a long-bubbling broth developing flavors the longer you think about them and, more importantly, the more you write about them. (Which one assumes is the point of the inane questions asked by many character exercises, which would be a noble effort if those questions were not so frequently concerned with details and decisions that will never have anything to do with your character, your story, or your world.)
Happy Halloween everyone! Stay safe, have fun and make sure to eat lots and lots of chocolate!
- How to Format A Manuscript (jenspenden.wordpress.com)
- Why Your Book Pitch Matters (Even If You’re Self-Published) (jenspenden.wordpress.com)
- The Zero-Fuckery Quick-Create Guide To Kick-Ass Characters (And All The Crazy Plot Stuff That Surrounds ‘Em) ” terribleminds: chuck wendig (thomasrydder.wordpress.com)