Check out this great post on how to write emotion and depth of character with Becca Puglisi from the Mystery Thriller Week blog.
“People will forget what you said and did, but they won’t forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou
Joanna Penn interviews Becca Puglisi on the Creative Penn Podcast
This podcast originally appears on The Creative Penn Feb. 12, 2018
Duration: 1 hr 7min
“This is far more than a brilliant, thorough, insightful and unique thesaurus, this is the best primer on story — and what REALLY hooks and holds readers– that I have ever read.” ~ Lisa Cron, bestselling author of Wired For Story & Story Genius
Readers connect to characters with depth, ones who have experienced life’s ups and downs. To deliver key players that are both realistic and compelling, writers must know them intimately—not only who they are in the present story, but also what made them that way. Of all the formative experiences in a character’s past, none are more destructive than emotional…
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