Writing Fictional Characters Beginners: Creating Characters For Fiction
It is generally accepted that a novel can be split into various parts or elements, which helps to establish the different ways that we write prose in a work of fiction. These element are often referred to as the Plot, Setting, Narrative, Description, Backstory, Point of View (POV) and Writing Fictional Characters.
Even though it's the combination of all these elements, and more, that creates a great book, by far the most important ingredient is to create characters for novels.
Please Note: This course is also included complete in my course 'How To Write Novels' - careful not to purchase both!
Writing For Beginners: Create and Write Characters For Novels
It's often said that the reader will not believe in your character unless you do; this is very true. He or she is your creation and it's your job to give your characters life. They need to be realistic to make the reader care for them, and also what happens to them.
This course 'Writing Fictional Characters' will teach you the following:
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The scope of Jim's divers courses reflect his interest and proficiency in many subject areas. Working as a professional online for 10 years now, his interests span topics such as on page SEO, to creating blues guitar lessons, to writing novels and movie scripts, to Wordpress Tutorials.
Writing primarily in the science fiction genre, Jim Bruce, is fascinated with the possibilities that this type of fiction brings, but also in the actual craft of screenwriting.
Born in the North of UK in 1950, where he attended schools in Creswell, Nottinghamshire and Shirebrook. He has had more jobs than he can remember, including working in the coal mines, teacher, electrician, mechanic, circus laborer, farm hand, channel tunnel engineer, industrial robot programmer, website builder and professional blues guitar player/teacher.
He has been resident in UK, USA, Germany, France and Portugal, where he currently lives and writes.