Fiction Writing: What Makes Readers Care About Your Characters? | Men with Pens “Really scary books succeed because we come to know and care about the characters. I like to say, “It’s the PEOPLE, stupid” — NOT the monsters!” - Stephen King
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The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) offers another useful set of character profiles that you can use to jumpstart a character for your novel. There are sixteen different types. Let’s look at them: ISTJ – The Duty Fulfiller or Detective Characteristics: Quiet, cautious, meticulous, responsible, strong and silent type Good occupations: Administrators, inspectors, researchers Acronym: I Save Things Judiciously Half empty or half full?
Written by Katie on February 8, 2011. Permalink No, it’s not an iPad wannabe, nor is it a new eReader. It’s got no apps or games or books stored on its memory card. This simple tablet device takes the place of pen and paper, that’s all. It has a simple real-paper-look interface that allows you to make notes or sketches for future reference, then save or delete them.
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