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50 books in a year: #24 Wonder

R.J. Palacio’s Wonder was a pretty good book. It’s a fictional account of a boy named August “Auggie” Pullman who has a facial abnormality. I would have called it a deformity, but the characters in the book seem offended by the word, and I don’t know the author’s relationship with people who have facial abnormalities. 277 more words

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Ding! Character's done.

I’d like to say, dear readers, I wish you were all here so I could share some of this delicious hot apple cider I’ve mixed with Maker’s Mark, but I’m also a terribly selfish person and I don’t think Jason would approve of me having a ton of strangers in his house for no reason other than sharing my booze. 792 more words


Writing Tips for Beginners: Creating Your Minor Characters

Last time I talked about creating main characters, but your story is likely to have minor characters as well. Your minor characters don’t appear as much as your major characters, so you don’t have to know that much about them. 234 more words


How to Create Walk-On Characters Who Are Memorable (But Not Too Memorable)

The Water Cooler is pleased to host guest blogger K.M. Weiland.

Every character is the hero of his own story.

That bit of popular advice is a marvelously evocative reminder to breathe life into even minor characters. 1,034 more words


Minor Characters

Leopold De Leroix- The King of Galevald, Leopold is a king and caring leader who is popular to his people. From the high nobles to the peasants. 426 more words

Minor Characters