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Posts Tagged 'characters'

  1. On Pyr-o-Mania: It’s the Characters, My Dear Watson  • 
    Today on Pyr-o-mania, the house blog of Pyr (publishers of my novels "Infoquake" and "MultiReal"), I've posted a little piece about the importance of good characters in fiction. I use as the jumping-off point my recent forays into reading the complete Sherlock Holmes stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
  2. On DeepGenre: Building Character(s)  • 
    On the group blog DeepGenre today, I tackle the question of building characters. Specifically, how do you build three-dimensional, believable characters in your stories? I compare building characters to the art of additive sculpture.