Waiting for "The Call"

“Honey, it’s always crap. Every book I write is crap. It’s my job to fix the crap afterwards,” according to Nora Roberts. Well, I've got it half right. Still working on the "fixing it" part. "Trust your characters to be complex enough and to have enough emotional baggage. Force them to make hard choices." Advice from Michelle Styles that might help!

Mini course on character driven plotting February 23, 2010

Filed under: Writing and Life — Autumn Macarthur @ 8:24 pm
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Just discovered this week long Q&A on Character Plotting with Silhouette Desire author Emily McKay over on eHarlequin.

Looks interesting!

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4 Responses to “Mini course on character driven plotting”

  1. Kerrin Says:

    Hi, i don’t think i’ve commented on your blog before but i follow you quite a lot.
    I’ve nominated you for an award on my blog. Your posts are very insightful!

  2. Jane Holland Says:

    I kept wanting to add something to that ‘character’ thread, but the occasion never really arose. But it certainly makes interesting reading!

  3. Kerrin Says:

    i really enjoyed reading along to the course, copied the whole thing into a document to use later too! thanks for letting us all know about it 🙂

  4. Tonya Kappes Says:

    Character plotting is ALWAYS fun!! I love creating them. Good luck!


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