via The Writers Alley: Heroes of Austen – Part 3.
via The Writers Alley: Heroes According to Jane Austen – Part 2.
via The Writers Alley: Heroes According to Jane Austen – Part 1.
via Must our heroes be handsome? |. I’ve never set out to make any of my heroes handsome besides when the plot actually depended on the hero’s looks like Sketch Me Perfect (His good looks are a deterrent to the heroine, an artist). I’ve had tall heroes, short heroes, blonds, dark-haired, red-haired, fair skin, dark … Continue reading
When creating characters, I think of their background, what experiences made their personality like this at the beginning of the book and how does it change by the end. When I do think of labels, perhaps I think of their most dominant characteristic, what's the first word someone will use to describe my character (first impression may not … Continue reading
Nanowrimo is around the corner and people have started thinking about summaries, outlines, character sketches. I thought this tidbit about hero archetypes by Tami Cowden will be nice to mention. Which one of these types tend to be your hero? [ In your writing or in real life 😉 ] The CHIEF: a dynamic leader, … Continue reading