At the moment, my husband and I are watching “West Wing”.
When Cyril first told me about it, I wasn’t interested. I am totally not into politics. Somehow, though, he talked me into watching an episode, and I was hooked.
Sure, the setting is the Oval Office and its surroundings, but the series is about characters. All about characters.
And that’s what we like to read about or watch, right? We want to know how other people handle crises, how they deal with love and tragedy.
Story is about people. And a good story needs the main character to go through a character arc.
Now, that can’t be that difficult, can it?
I’ve just learned that it’s not just a matter of making a character change. The way she changes, and the order in which she does it, the relevancy to the story, and how you show her change… It all matters.
It makes the difference between a dull book and a story that makes the reader cry at the end.
So how do you learn to create those kinds of character arcs?
One of my best friends, Lynn Johnston, has been working on a course that teaches that in depth, and she’s releasing it this morning.
This is what you’ll learn:
If you think that writing powerful stories that grasp your readers is something you would like to do, then I highly recommend that you grab this offer now.
You’ll get instant access.
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