Bringing Fictional Characters to Life
As a writer, do you create "cardboard characters" or are they "real" people to whom you can relate? Developing fictional characters that not only the writer, but the reader, can relate to, is paramount to your story. Getting a reader to relate to the protagonist and lesser characters who have a life of their own in your novel or short story contributes to the success of your writing. Focus on basic character development, writing a character sketch, and a character dialogue, then continue to develop these during your week at home. Reconvene as a class to share character sketches and dialogues. Participants should bring writing materials to each class.
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