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Peter Petrelli's superpower is held within his magnificent emo hair.

Peter Petrelli's superpower is held within his magnificent emo hair which he flips in a luscious manner. Oh yeh.

The 3 Traits of ANNOYING CHARACTERS. Great for fiction writers.

The Three Traits of Annoying Characters

Once in a while, storytellers slip up when crafting a protagonist. A character that was supposed to be an audience favorite becomes the focus of malice and frustration instead. While each person's taste in characters is unique,. I HATE JAR-JAR

How to Create Character Motivations That Will Rivet Your Readers | She's Novel

How to Find Your Character's Motivation

The Eight Character Archetypes of the Hero’s Journey - In The Hero of a Thousand Faces, Joseph Campbell demonstrated that many of the most popular stories, even over thousands of years and across cultures, shared a specific formula. That formula is now commonly referred to as mythic structure, or the hero’s journey. Even if you’ve never heard of it before, you’ve consumed this “monomyth” in works like Star Wars and Harry Potter...

The Eight Character Archetypes of the Hero’s Journey

The character archetype In The Hero of a Thousand Faces, Joseph Campbell demonstrated that many of the most popular stories, even over thousands of years and across cultures, shared a specific formula. That formula is now commonly referred .

10 Secrets to Creating Unforgettable Supporting Characters {This touches on a lot of good advice. It doesn't go into a lot of detail, though.}

10 Secrets to Creating Unforgettable Supporting Characters

10 Secrets to Creating Unforgettable Supporting Characters. Very helpful, I'm feeling that my minor characters are extremely underdeveloped in Hunted.

Under your fingertips   You have to use the five senses when you write. Readers want to experience what your characters see, smell, hear, taste and touch. I find that touch is the sense that is...

209 Words To Describe Touch

Under your fingertips You have to use the five senses when you write. Readers want to experience what your characters see, smell, hear, taste and touch. I find that touch is the sense that is.

Stressed-Out Characters – Just the Way We Want Them--Guest Post by Diane Krause | Mystery Writing is Murder

25 ways to create classic characters readers will love - Stressed-Out Characters – Just the Way We Want Them--Guest Post by Diane Krause -Using the Birkman Method

5 Misconceptions About Your Story's "Normal World" (story beginning - showing the character's normal life so the changes made to it are more understandable as an emotional trigger.)

5 Misconceptions About Your Story’s “Normal World”

I would change her hair to brown or something dark.

This arrogant guardian is female. She has gray eyes, a pale complexion, and wavy platinum blond hair cut short. She is very short, fairly muscular, and her duty attire is a suit of light armor in icy colors.

Hannah Heath: Writing Strong Female Characters: What You're Doing Wrong

Writing Strong Female Characters: What You're Doing Wrong

Hannah Heath: Writing Strong Female Characters: What You're Doing Wrong. Thank goodness somebody FINALLY pointed this stuff out!

The Villain Graph from The Epic Villain Breakdown: How to Create a Powerful Antagonist | She's Novel

The Four Main Types of Epic Antagonists

How does your character handle fear? Hint: There's more to it than fight or flight.

Greatest Fear: How to Find It and Run with It

Greatest Fear: How to Find It and Run with It. What Does Your Character Fear? How Does Your Character Handle Fear?

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