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WHO ARE OUR CHARACTERS?

Who are our characters is an interesting look at how writers subconsciously choose who and what their characters will be. In this short 10-minute video presentation, I will cover the three primary reasons how as writers, we develop our characters. Once we understand how and why this process happens, we can better develop the skill that captures our readers. I am asked many times by people,

"I'm stuck on my main character. How do I present them to keep my readers interested?"

Surprisingly enough, this is quite easy once you understand how we develop them. Enjoy the post, and comments are always welcome. Thank you. ... Caesar Rondina

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