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As storyteller, you are god. And to be frank, you’re not a particularly nice god — at least, not if you want your story to resonate with readers.
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Brought to you by Writers' Village University Find out more about the Internet's leading online writers' group, and how you can join! The Character Building Workshop is an independent study of your characters using these online questionnaires. The process of filling out the forms will help you, the writer, learn about your characters on a more in-depth level.
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How much about your characters do you really know? Small details might seem superfluous even irrelevant to the story you intend to write, but the smallest detail informs the bigger picture. The more you know about your characters, the better you’ll create believable characters who live and breathe on the page and in their own fictional world. Take time to answer each of these questions candidly and deeply.
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Many forms of fiction feature characters attributed with superhuman , supernatural , or paranormal abilities, often referred to as " superpowers " (also spelled "super powers" and "super-powers") or "powers".
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Seven Common Character Types by Terry W.
When writing a novel it is important to know your characters, and it makes life easier to get to know them early in your writing.
Creating the more complex round characters takes time -- time spent thinking about how your characters look, where they're from, and what motivates them, for instance. The questions below provide structure to this all-important thought process. While the reader will not need to know all the details, it's important that you do.
This is Day 2 of 10 Days of Character Building