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Character Development: Children’s Roles: Mascot

Creating a Mascot for your fiction can help make a particular character seem more realistic in the eyes of your readers. _________________________________________________________________________________________ What are Children’s Roles? Children’s roles are a specific set of coping mechanisms that children tend to develop throughout chaotic situations in their childhood. This could include the loss ofRead More

Character Development: Children’s Roles: Lost Child

Creating a Lost Child for your story can help make a character more realistic in the eyes of the reader. __________ What are Children’s Roles? Children’s roles are a specific set of coping mechanisms that children tend to develop throughout chaotic situations in their childhood. This could include the loss ofRead More

Character Development: Children’s Roles: Scapegoat

Creating a Scapegoat for your story can help make characters more realistic in the eyes of the reader. __________   What are Children’s Roles? Children’s roles are a specific set of coping mechanisms that children tend to develop throughout chaotic situations in their childhood. This could include the loss ofRead More

Character Development: Write the Walk

Who knew you could tell so much about a character from the way they walk?!   __________ It may seem like an odd trait to focus on, but the various aspects of someone’s walk can be a great avenue for expressing things about their personality. In my experience as aRead More

Character Development: Children’s Roles: The Family Hero

Creating a Family Hero for your story can help strengthen character motivations and make your readers relate to them more. __________ What are Children’s Roles? Children’s roles are a specific set of coping mechanisms that children tend to develop throughout chaotic situations in their childhood. This could include the lossRead More

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Character Development: Always

Character development and plot management: Used just right, ‘always’ can get someone dumped (and maybe even divorced!).   __________   “Always” could be used to initiate a feelings of distance and judgement in a relationship that eventually lead to a breakup. The person using the word would often be theRead More

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