- How to write realistic characters
- How to write character arcs - whatever your genre
- Consequences and limitations in fiction writing
Each workshop is 90 minutes to two hours long, with activities, prompts, and analyses to teach you techniques to develop your characters and plot.
Are you struggling to write realistic characters? Do you want to know your characters better than you know your best friend?
Would you like to craft characters so realistic, your readers remember them – long after they’ve turned the final page?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, this workshop is exactly what you need.
How do you get your character arc to tie in with your plot?
Are character arcs and plots two completely different things, or are they more related than we’ve been told?
How do you create character arcs that build deeper relationships with readers – and keep them coming back?
How can make sure your character arc works when you edit?
We’ll answer all these questions and more.
More than 95% of the global population has at least one health condition. And when we do stupid or dangerous things in real life, there are consequences. Why should our characters’ lives be any different just because they don’t exist?
Grounding characters’ actions with real-life consequences can make your characters more realistic and your stories more page-turning, whatever genre you’re in. On the other hand, when your characters don’t suffer the consequences of their actions…readers can put your book down faster than you can say ‘bad marketing’.
It revealed my characters' true feelings
Immediately applicable to my work in progress
Easy to understand
Her books have been bestsellers all over the world, with legions of fans begging her to be nicer to her fictional creations (even though they secretly love how mean she is. Probably).