The Art of Characterization

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The Art of Characterization

The Art of Characterization By Fay Lamb The Art of Characterization Put on your director s cap and prepare to set your story world s stage with memorable scenes and unforgettable characters Great storytelling isn t done haphazardly Storytelling is an art which require

  • Title: The Art of Characterization
  • Author: Fay Lamb
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Art of Characterization By Fay Lamb Put on your director s cap and prepare to set your story world s stage with memorable scenes and unforgettable characters Great storytelling isn t done haphazardly Storytelling is an art which requires practice to master In The Art of Characterization authors are shown elements of storytelling which, when practiced correctly, utilizes forward moving description and backPut on your director s cap and prepare to set your story world s stage with memorable scenes and unforgettable characters Great storytelling isn t done haphazardly Storytelling is an art which requires practice to master In The Art of Characterization authors are shown elements of storytelling which, when practiced correctly, utilizes forward moving description and back story, deep point of view, dialogue, and conflict to create a cast of characters readers will never forget.
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    1. Randy Tramp on said:

      This non fiction book is a quick read with a lot of information I took my time, absorbing each lesson.Fay shows the reader how to use deep point of view DPOV She demonstrated how the DPOV acts like a movie screen in the mind of the writer, then onto the page for the reader She s a great teacher.

    2. Jennifer Hallmark on said:

      A quick read with many good pointers on how to improve your characters in your story It was easy to understand and will help me in the future with my writing

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