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November 12, 2012

Storytelling Pro

When you’re writing a story and creating your first character, you’ve got to think vivid. Characters need to basically pop out of the page and seem real enough to the reader. Readers often times will put a book down if they can’t connect to the Main Character.

In order to make the character seem real, you’ve got to know a thing or two about people. The fact is, most people already know a thing or two about people. You’re alive aren’t you? You’ve got friends don’t you?

One of the quickest and easiest ways to create a good character is to start asking yourself questions. While you’re at it, start asking your friends questions. There are many good questions you could ask your character. Think of it as an interview to fill the spot in a movie and you’re writing the script. Here are 10 questions to help you get…

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