Today the Nanogang fields a question on character depth, with particular attention to long series. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums League of Extraordinary Gentleman, by Alan Moore Crudrat, by Gail Carriger Blameless, by Gail Carriger Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, by J. K. Rowling Word Counts: Dan 60766 …
Today the much reduced Nanogang talks about writing characters based on real people. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Black Holes and Time Warps by Kip Thorne Trapped In Time, by Ruth Chew Blameless, by Gail Carriger Down From Ten, by J. Daniel Sawyer Word Counts: Dan: 34470 Gail: 68930 …
Subscribe Here! Jason asks: “Is it better to show a character’s personality and flaws when they are being introduced, or as the story unfolds?”
Subscribe Here! Ian asks: How do you write characters having intense moments without them seeming out of character?
Subscribe Here! Zoe asks: Do you have any questions you ask yourself to avoid stereotypes and/or tropes? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit
Subscribe Here! Today, I continue our series on deep characterization with the second half of the exploration of how a character’s age and biological development effects the way that character interacts with their society and the world. This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit
Subscribe Here! JB asks: I’m trying to write a character who is a stalker, and I want to keep it realistic. Any thoughts? This episode sponsored by BundleRabbit
Subscribe Here! Melissa asks: Can you walk us how you develop characters, from the germ of an idea to fully fleshed out main and side characters?