Check out how the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pen give birth to their characters.
There are many different paths on the writerly journey, and perhaps we can all learn from the successes and failures of other writers. This post begins a weekly feature where one of the Sisters asks a question on writing for all to answer.
We’d love to hear your answers, too. Please feel free to leave a link to your own blogs or websites with your comments.
This week’s question is by Jan Morrill.
How does a character come to you? Does it come as a dream? A voice in your head? What methods do you use to develop your character?
RUTH: Where does any writer’s character come from? Real life? Imagination? The dark place lurking deep in the soul? Each writer conjures characters from various places. I’m lucky in that I don’t consciously develop mine. Charles Ely from The Soldiers From the Mist, for example, was a ghost of…
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