Stuck? Use These 5 Indirect Characterization Techniques — d. w. anderson

Know your characters. Of course. However, here is the best advice I’ve seen on why you need to and how to get your audience to know you characters–without exposition. A must read-

 

We’re closing in on the end of National Novel Writing Month. Many writers are stuck in the saggy middle. Many don’t know how to end. Some still don’t know where to start. I’ve heard complaints from friends: I don’t know where to start. I don’t know what to write next. I’ve hit a wall. I’m […]

via Stuck? Use These 5 Indirect Characterization Techniques — d. w. anderson

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