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The Three Dimensions of Character

In his book Story Engineering, Larry Brooks says you should “imbue your characters with three very separate and compelling layers—dimensions, in this context—that are carefully crafted to bring your story alive with resonant emotional depth.” If you choose to wing it, you most likely will end up with characters who are as flat as cardboard cutouts. 772 more words

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Why I Love Them - Sun-Bright and Shadow-Deep

People are different.

Not different like, she’s a fiery redhead and he’s a blondie-bear. Not like, their insides match their outsides; hers grieving, guarded, guarding red; his, the golden heart that every other golden heart uses as a pattern. 377 more words

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Characters With Essential Survival Skills

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, featuring a different top 10 theme each week. This week’s topic is… 680 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

The Prince of Fallen Kingdoms

“With maddening perseverance, he waves not a flag for allies nor brandishes weapons upon his enemies heads, but uses a mastery of magic – nay, a skill possessively shared only by the alchemist – dare say it’s quite possibly the prophetess – a surety unshakable, a knowledge un-divinable, as immoveable as a Gargoyle at rest ( 257 more words

There’s a world of difference to me between showing a masculine-presenting woman with an interest exclusively in men in a universe with no canonical queerness and showing a masculine-presenting woman with an interest exclusively in men in a universe where some of the other characters are canonically queer. 56 more words

So I made a gif today

Based on the “interview” I did as the main character of my daydreams, Alex:

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