Creative Characterization

CCIt’s been a goal of mine to develop a workbook based on the workshops I’ve taught on creative ways to develop characters. Thanks to nagging motivation by my dear friend, Linda Apple, I’ve been working on that goal for several months now.

The workbook will include 4-5 different methods I’ve used to create characters that are multi-dimensional storytellers, including using the techniques of interviewing, letter-writing and point of view.

My next workshop on Creative Characterization will be at the May 16 Ozarks Writers League Conference. I’d hoped to have my published book finished by then, however, I’m not quite there yet.

However! I just received printed copies of my “interim” workbook that will be available at the conference for $5.00 each.

If you’re able to attend, I look forward to seeing you. AND, I look forward to hearing your comments, critique and ideas on my “interim” workbook. 🙂

NOTE: Thank you, Stephen Vanek, for the collage design used on the cover. ❤

 

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5 Responses to Creative Characterization

  1. Mustang.Koji says:

    Somebody’s been a busy bee!!!

  2. Beth Carter says:

    Love the interim workbook and I want to buy one! Cool cover by Steve. Congrats!!

  3. Looking forward to obtaining the workbook, attending your workshop at OWL, and most of all to catching up with you 🙂 xox

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