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Dissecting Your Characters with Terri Austin

Your characters are the┬ámedium in which a story is told and if you don’t know them, neither will your readers. Author Terri L. Austin shares her process on character analysis and why it’s an important […]

Solo, Duet, Chorus by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Who hasn’t checked out the Myers-Briggs personality type charts to see how we, and our significant others, stack up? Today, Laurie Schnebly Campbell takes a similar yet uniquely different approach to building fictional characters.   […]

How Fabulous is TOO Fabulous? by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Today, we welcome one of my absolute favorite instructors of all time, Laurie Schnebly Campbell. Join us today to learn about your hero’s fatal flaw AND get a chance to win Laurie’s book! HOW FABULOUS […]

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