The final instalment of an exclusive 3-part series written by Sreedhevi Iyer for Booksoarus on how to incorporate the Character Arc in your writing – the journey your character will go on.
Character Arc examples for your writing
Our guest writer, Sreedhevi Iyer writes an exclusive 3-part series for Booksoarus on the Character Arc – the journey your character will go on.
12 Stages of your Character Arc: The Hero’s Journey
Without characters there is no premise for a story. So, we keep bringing you these posts about fortifying your characters so as to make them believable and real for your readers.
Dealing with too many characters in novels
At some point during the writing process you might feel that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew (cliché?); okay – eaten more than you can digest.
You review the situation and realize that one problem could be that there are too many paper-people: characters created by you. Your novel is set in a college and the entire cafeteria crowd feature in your novel. So what do you do?
The A to Z of how to develop characters in novels
Here’s a complete A to Z account of characterization. We bring to you what goes into building and crafting memorable characters for your novel, short stories. Learn what “flesh them out,” actually means.