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Kill a Character Worksheet

Kill your character in the right way, at the right time and for the right reason with this writing worksheet.

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Character Relationships (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

My favourite couples are ones that work together as a team. This writing worksheet is for creating characters that complement each other.

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Character Quirks (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Use the first page of this writing worksheet to develop a character from a character quirk, and the second page to record quirks you notice IRL...

How well do you know your characters? Here's 156 questions you should be able to answer.

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Make Trouble (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet Wednesday: Make Trouble | e.a. deverell: creative writing blog

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Plot Twists (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet Wednesday: Plot Twists | e.a. deverell: creative ...

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Solving a Mystery (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

This 2-page #writing worksheet helps you brainstorm clues & solve a mystery.

The Ultimate Character Questionnaire A character questionnaire can be a great way to inspire a bit (or a lot) more detail about your characters. This list has been compiled from various sources around the net and in books and also our own brains. If you see any duplicates in the list please let us know, and if you have any additional questions we haven't thought of, email us if you'd like us to add them.

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Ticking Clock (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet – Ticking Clock (PDF) A “ticking clock” is a great way to add suspense and purpose to your plot. Depending on your story, the clock can be the time of your character’s favourite TV programme, the last call for drinks, a big round birthday, the time at which the carriage will turn back into…