Do your characters believe they’re in control of their destinies or at the mercy of external forces? The answer could change their whole outlook on the world.
Archive: August, 2013
Memories are imperfect things. Easily distorted, manipulated and lost, they make us—and our characters—prone to unreliable reporting of events.
Developing a writing practice is easier said than done. If you’re struggling to get your writing routine off the ground, maintain your practice, or get started again after a break, here’s how psychology can help you cement those critical habits.
What’s the very first relationship your characters form, an attachment so critical it can influence them into adulthood and beyond? It’s made long before they can even remember.