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Writing Character (Lit Starts): A Book of Writing Prompts

by San Francisco Writer's Grotto Author

Struggling to bring your fictional characters to life? This book offers a variety of intelligently crafted prompts to help you improve this aspect of your writing. The book opens with an essay by author and educator Constance Hale written to give you advice on how to observe the people around you and capture human complexities. Building on that lesson, a series of prompts like "write positively about a person you hate" or "write a description of a character based on a shopping list" are carefully designed to bring out the best in your writing in short bursts.

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