My #BookReview of #NonFiction Writing Vivid Characters by @RayneHall #WritingTips


Check out this review of Writing Vivid Characters, by Rayne Hall, as featured on the Rosie Amber blog.

Rosie Amber

Writing Vivid Characters: Professional Techniques for Fiction Authors (Writer's Craft Book 18)Writing Vivid Characters: Professional Techniques for Fiction Authors by Rayne Hall
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Writing Vivid Characters is a non-fiction guide to help writers create compelling characters about whom the reader really cares. Rayne Hall gives you some deep, soul searching methods to make your characters feel real, fascinating and memorable, long after the book has ended.

If you are at a loss as to how to develop characters, but yearn for them to become your reader’s next best friend, then this book offers you many tools. There is advice on: the number of characters a book could have, their name choices, roles and methods to decide if the character enriches the story enough for you to keep or cut them.

Rayne suggests some serious role play may be the answer if ever you’ve had feedback with phrases like these: a too-large cast of characters, I didn’t…

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