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Body language to match emotions: handy for describing a character without being black and white.

Emotion guide for writers! This is brilliant, I'm glad someone wrote these all down! Sometimes I feel like I use the same body language over and over, too much. It'll be nice to mix it up!

What's your character's motivation? #TheWritersCircle

Four Types of Character Motivations: Basic, Noble, Evil, Fear. How to Create Character Motivations That Will Rivet Your Readers.

scrapbook of writing resources

reflectionofthemind: “ Warning: You may encounter some opinions. Writing Myth: You have to start your story off in the middle of the action, or “In medias res”. It is said (as I have heard fro

Jung's 12 character archetypes: Plan your characters.

Your success in life is determined by one thing - your character. And that, in turn, is created and shaped in your earliest years. Make sure to instill good/tough character in your kids early on, otherwise they'll fail the most trivial tasks.

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Great resource for paragraph changes. It bugs me so badly when writers don't change paragraphs when there's a new speaker.