Jan 05, 2018

Character Motivation Thesaurus Entry: Finding a Lifelong Partner ~ WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®

What does your character want? This is an important question to answer because it determines what your protagonist hopes to achieve by the story’s end. If the goal, or outer motivation, is written well, readers will identify fairly quickly what the overall story … Continue reading →

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