- 3 Questions that Build Character Desire
- PDF of 3 Questions that Build Character Desire
- The Triangle Method of Character Creation
- PDF of the Triangle Method
- First Descriptions: 7 Techniques to Describe Characters
- PDF of First Descriptions
- First Lines of Dialogue
- PDF of First Lines of Dialogue
- Dynamic First Actions
- PDF of Dynamic First Actions
- Fantastic Names and Where to Find Them
- PDF of Fantastic Names
- The Likability Factor
- PDF of The Likability Factor
- Revealing Characters through Dialogue
- PDF of Revealing Characters through Dialogue
- The Art of Minor Characters
- PDF Minor Characters (Part I)
- The Art of Minor Characters (Part II)
- PDF Minor Characters (Part II)
- 5 Tips for Creating Complex Characters
- PDF of Complex Characters
- 5 Tips for Complex Characters (Part II)
- PDF of Creating Complex Characters Part II
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