Have you ever wanted ...
•To create unforgettable characters? The kind readers talk about well after the book is finished?
•Your characters to jump off the page and tell you what they like and dislike?
•To make your characters multi-dimensional, complicated, deeper, and larger than life?
•Create compelling quirks, flaws, and internal conflicts to differentiate your characters?
•To keep your story from being predictable by having your character surprise you and your reader?
•To hear readers tell you they walked with your characters, lived, loved, and felt every emotion your character experienced?
•To have an ongoing relationship with your characters so you can keep them consistent if writing a series?
366 Ways to Know Your Character is the right workbook for you. Whether you’re developing your character before writing, or working it out as you’re writing, answering the daily questions can stimulate your characters to surprise and shock you as well as take your story in directions you might not have expected.
Each question is designed to draw you deeper into your character’s psyche. It doesn’t matter whether the answer jumps out at you or that you must painfully dig it out. Either way, you will win new insights into your characters until they feel and act like real people.
Answer the daily questions and revolutionize your writing with living, breathing characters you and your readers will remember long after the dust settles on "The End."
Use this book with the companion Romance In A Month: Guide to Writing a Romance in 30 Days.
a companion book to Romance In A Month and sells well, but not as much as Romance In A Month
Jot down your character’s New Year’s Resolution List.
What is the first resolution your character breaks?
What kind of lover does your character dream about? Why? What is her current lover like?
Does your character have a deep, dark secret? What is it, and why does he not want anyone to know? Does he blame himself or someone else?
What is your character’s favorite dessert? How often does she have it?
Who was your character’s last relationship? How did they breakup? Are they still in touch?
What is the most embarrassing thing to happen to your character? How does it affect him today?
If your character could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
What kind of person (type, occupation, age, characteristic) would your character refuse to date? Why?
What is the charity or cause your character supports? How active is she involved?
What disgusts your character?
What keeps your character up at night?
If your character won the lottery, what would he do?
Your character has met the person she thinks is the love of her life. Where is she and what is she going to do?
What does your character think is his best trait?
What dream does your character wish would come true? Is she doing anything about it or just wishing?
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