I love good dialogue! Comic books, movies, books—engaging conversation is one of the best ways to get to know the characters. Which is why, as a writer, I strive to avoid stale dialogue as much as possible.
Hey peeps! For the last couple months I’ve been juggling a lot of aspects of being an author (marketing, writing, editing, audiobooks, etc.) but I really want to focus on getting new stories out.
After discussing the importance of character development, it’s logical to follow up the conversation with the significance of character strengths and flaws.
First off, this isn’t a guide or tutorial for writing sex scenes. Just like sex in real life, there are different strokes for different folks (I’m so sorry for that joke).
I think characters are the most important elements of a story, and crafting believable development can be tricky.
Everyone! Celebrate with me – my fantasy novel, KNIGHTMARE ARCANIST, hits shelves today!!! 😀
As a thank you for visiting my tiny corner of the internet, I reached out to a professional voice actor (George Kastrinos) and asked him to narrate my short story. He agreed, and his narration is out-of-this-world fantastic.
No “industry” is without its faults, but some seem more egregious than others.
You probably already know this, but writing a novel requires more than simply putting words to paper. You need characters, tone, plot, good pacing, and excellent writing.
What is a character foil? As defined by Wikipedia: In fiction, a foil is a character who contrasts with another character, usually the protagonist, to highlight qualities of the other character.