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.  http://www.novel-software.com/characterquestionnaire.aspx

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

33 Ways to Write a Stronger Character and why that should be your #1 concern via ShesNovel.com

33 Ways to Write Stronger Characters (and why they should be your #1 concern)

It's like giving your characters a goal, and then placing blocks in their path to kep them from achieving their goals.  without it, your story 'saps'

Is your story dragging? Learn 5 strategies for increasing your story's tension to keep readers flying through the pages!

Vocab words every high school graduate should know

100 Words Every High School Student Should Know Gonna work on this. (Does this mean I have to go back to HS? There are words on here I've never heard of & I have a college degree!

I cannot stress this enough!!

Creating Credible Female Villains -note to self use this for the blue war. Also, borderline personality disorder is rarely done right I books, and is a cop-out. I know people with bpd and they are not villains, just difficult to understand.

Shares the single most effective trick EVER for creating a realistic, compelling, and powerful bad guy.

Make sure your bad guy is relatable! Shares the single most effective trick EVER for creating a realistic, compelling, and powerful bad guy.

While writing your #NaNoWriMo bestseller make sure to chop out these 6 eyesores from your story! #writingtips #editing

Brianne Toma: 6 Eyesores to Chop in Writing - from a reader's perspective. The 6 Eyesores: Passive Voice Distracting Prose Said Synonyms Type Usage Telling Cliches

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