Saturday, July 05, 2008

Character Development

Creating a character for literary purposes is no easy task. He or she must be dynamic, intriguing and vulnerable. Your protagonist must suffer and then overcome what seems like unconquerable adversity. Here is a brief strategy you can use to develop your own Jack Ryan, Dirk Pitt, or Scooby Doo...

Create dialogue. Give a voice, a personality to your character. Don’t simply tell people about the size of his penis. Let them relate to him. Make them hate him. Then, force them to love him. Only then, when they finally embrace your character, can you tell them how big his dong really is. Now… force them to love his dong.


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