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As current manuscripts work their way through a thorough development process, we hope
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Thank you for joining us on fiction’s darker side, may the moon ever illuminate your path.
-Fiona A. Elder
Getting into character.haracter development can be one of the more enjoyable parts of preparing your story. Pro tip, it can also be a great way to overcome writer’s block. For Part 1 we’ll look into some ways to get started with your characters. Every writer has a different style, so this list is more suggestions and character prompts for inspiration. Note, most of this will not make it into your novel. A well-defined character will make writing them easier, give motives for their reactions, and help make them more 'real' in the writer's...
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