Meek-Geek: The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Sadness

The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Sadness From The Lion King to The Lord of the Rings, every great story features characters that experience sadness. Grief is a natural part of the.

- The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Anger

The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Anger Sooner or later, your character is going to get mad. And I don’t mean “mad dog” mad, I mean steam-out-the-nostrils mad. Because anger is such.

- The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Loneliness

One of the debilitating battles that your characters may encounter is the struggle against their own, personal form of loneliness. While it takes many forms, loneliness is a sense of hurt, sadness,.

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The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Sadness From The Lion King to The Lord of the Rings, every great story features characters that experience sadness.

This is why writing is hard, over time you develop a sort of relationship with your character that only an author can feel. You raised that person, helped them grow and watched them live. Your characters are your children.

Nooo, but they ARE my children!that's not to say that my deeply-buried sadism won't rise to the surface once I have a decently developed character.

I've noticed I stutter when I think, and even though telepaths aren't real, I kind of find it annoying. To me. Brain why

I've noticed I stutter when I think, and even though telepaths aren't real, I kind of find it annoying. Brain why<<<huh.

I’m a writer I swear

christmasisactuallyyule: Limits of the Human Body by Soda Pop Avenue Credit goes to SPA, but I wanted this here for a writer’s reference. This way we know exactly how far we can push our characters ;

Character Flaw 4/9

Character Flaw ~ I wouldn't consider all of these as flaws necessarily but it is a good list of characteristics to draw from!

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