Tagged:All posts tagged: Character Development

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Writing

From Mishap to Story: Finding Inspiration in a Small Moment

Siobhan Fallon discusses a small but significant moment in her life that influenced her latest novel, The Confusion of Languages.

Books

Winter’s Next Dozen: The Best Post-Game of Thrones Books for Fans

With HBO’s 'GoT' bringing its penultimate season to a close, here are twelve post-Game of Thrones books for fans of the series.

Books

Stories Are Like Gardens: The Inspiration Behind The Wildling Sisters

Author Eve Chase shares the elements of her life that contributed to her newest novel, and how her inspiration blossomed in her own garden.

Writing

5 Tips for Getting Into the Mind of Your Character

We asked novelist Gail Godwin how to get into the mind of your character – especially when that character is so unlike its writer.

Writing

The Art of Picking Protagonists: Why Two Is More and Less Is a Bore

Camilla Grebe, author of The Ice Beneath Her, discusses why two protagonists are better than one, especially when it comes to writing crime fiction.

Writing

The Truth About Trust: Deb Caletti on Trust As a Plot Device

Author Deb Caletti discusses why trust is tricky, and how she used trust as a writing device in her newest novel, What's Become of Her.