Twelve Questions for the Writer (12)

By using diverse characters you will be able to explore complex concepts in simple ways. Introducing characters you are proud of in a story is a fun and interesting thing as a writer you get to do. Imaginative characters are fun for your audience and

All characters have conflict.  Often their conflicts arise from goals.  The type of goals will determine where your character chooses to exist and towards what they choose to endeavor.  As you tell your story, try to solve as many dilemmas as you can

Why are certain elements in your story? Why have you or your characters made the decisions presented in your story?  Explore new elements.  If you have spent a month on each of these twelve concepts diligently, by now you should have enough of your s

Changes in the game plan for your characters allow you to show their drive and inventiveness. The best plan for your characters is often the plan they devise as the audience observes. Your characters may be able to overcome many of their difficulties

Nothing great comes without sacrifice and this is no less true in life than in the journey of your characters.  What do your characters forfeit or relinquish?  What do they forgo?  Is part of their sacrifice based on what they need to endure?  Ultima

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