Category Archives: secondary characters

HOW TO PEOPLE YOUR BOOK

Let’s talk about the characters that should be in your book.A protagonist drives the story. This is the main character, the one who has the most to gain and lose. The story will evolve around him. In most romances there … Continue reading

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SECONDARY CHARACTERS AND VILLAINS

Last week’s blog told about creating characters who charm. Now that we have the hero and heroine created, it’s time for the rest of those who will live in your story, some not so charming. Heroes are only one segment … Continue reading

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THINK ABOUT CREATING CHARACTERS

There are two main characters in any story or book. They are the Protagonist and the Antagonist. The protagonist drives the story. This is the main character, the one who has the most to gain and lose. That’s a simplification, … Continue reading

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