Getting To Know Your Characters

Michele Regnold’s posts talks about about getting to know your characters by interviewing them. This is definitely a worthwhile exercise. If you want to read a book on the subject, I enjoyed Taking Your Characters to Dinner by Laurel A. Yourke.

Here is another idea from Tracy Helixon:


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2 thoughts on “Getting To Know Your Characters

  1. Love this. Coincidentally, I’m reading an unrelated book called The New Diary by Tristine Rainer, and in it, she also highlights how to foster your creativity with a journal. There’s one technique which is almost similar, where you journal down a conversation with your character, setting, or even object in your story. Anyway, thanks for this post!

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