Tag: Character Development

NaNoWriMo Boot Camp: conflict

Click here to see all the previous posts in the NaNoWriMo Boot Camp series. This post is an expansion on my theory of things you need to have planned out before you sit down to write your novel. Please read…

2015 NaNoWriMo Resources: Character

All the NaNoWriMo character development resources you need, all in one place. Finding Out Who Your Characters Are Marcel Proust’s 35 Questions to Ask Your Characters (The Write Practice) The Gotham Writers’ Character Questionnaire (Gotham Writer’s Workshop) Blank Character Sheet…

3 Unforgivable Character Sins

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Camp NaNoWriMo

Edit: Be sure to check out How to Win Camp NaNoWriMo: Set Up For Success for more helpful tips on how to make this year’s camp a success! Do you know what you’re doing for Camp NaNoWriMo this year? I’m anticipating…

Ask Your Characters: How To Develop Character-Driven Plot Points

Author’s Note: This post was originally featured on my old blog.  If you’ve followed the link from there to here, welcome! So NaNoWriMo has again come and gone, and after a much deserved break (from writing, at least – I’m…