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The Book Writing (and Editing) Process: Character Development


The Lightrider Journals

snoopy_writingOnce you have a great story truly thought out and planned, with all the details placed for maximum effect, then there is only one question left- who’s going to do it all?

Face it, the plot of any story is secondary to the characters involved.  If you or your readers don’t care about the characters involved in your story, then it doesn’t matter how many plot twists, crazy action scenes, or other little tricks you throw in (watch a Micheal Bay film; you’ll see it).  It might entertain people for a while, but all the stunts in the world wear out if they’re done by faceless nobodies.

So what does make a good character?  When I started the Lightrider Journals, I worked hard at not only having the Knights as a diverse group of beings that would be unique in a group format, but also have real motivations…

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