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Every character needs to serve a function. How do you determine the function of a character? There are different types of characters throughout your story. The protagonist which is your hero. The antagonist who provides the opposition to the hero. A love interest pretty obvious right? A close friend who knows all the fears and secrets of the hero and can provide guidance in hard times.

Every character needs to serve a function. How do you determine the function of a character? There are different types of characters throughout your story. The protagonist which is your hero. The antagonist who provides the opposition to the hero. A love interest pretty obvious right? A close friend who knows all the fears and secrets of the hero and can provide guidance in hard times.

But dont kill someone in the story because to make it good you want a character to have a good backstory/motive in order to kill that special person or group of people

But dont kill someone in the story because to make it good you want a character to have a good backstory/motive in order to kill that special person or group of people

Forgive me if there's cuss words in this but I don't have time to read it through right now so I'm just pinning.

Forgive me if there's cuss words in this but I don't have time to read it through right now so I'm just pinning.

Anton Chekhov's advice for writers on writing fiction | www.natashalester.com.au

Famous Writers on Writing: My Favourite Inspirational Quotes

Anton Chekhov's advice for writers on writing fiction | www.natashalester.com.au

Some of these names are ancient, so it seems weird to me that they're titled "futuristic," but they're all good names.

Some of these names are ancient, so it seems weird to me that they're titled "futuristic," but they're all good names.

www.ted.com/talks/young_ha_kim_be_an_artist_right_now.html www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/05/20/bill-watterson-1990-kenyon-speech/   E. B. White - “A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.”

www.ted.com/talks/young_ha_kim_be_an_artist_right_now.html www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/05/20/bill-watterson-1990-kenyon-speech/ E. B. White - “A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.”

Philanthropist #IndieAuthor #FelixAlexander promotes literacy w/ #Villament #charitywork www.vmmag.org For kids, by kids! Join us!

Philanthropist #IndieAuthor #FelixAlexander promotes literacy w/ #Villament #charitywork www.vmmag.org For kids, by kids! Join us!

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