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Novel Writing: Creating Loveable Characters in 5 Easy Steps

Anna Kay, Happiness and wellbeing coach

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8 Lessons (18m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Class Project

    • 3. Make Your Character Human

    • 4. Give Your Character a Goal

    • 5. Give Your Character Conflict

    • 6. Allow Your Character to Develop

    • 7. Let Your Character Wander

    • 8. Final Thoughts

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About This Class

Would you love to write a novel but don't really know where to start?

Do you have an idea but need a bit of help getting it off the ground?

Or maybe you just want to brush up on your writing skills to get your reader more involved?

Creating really loveable characters is vital when it comes to writing a great novel or story.  You want your reader to get hooked so they keep reading until the end, and if they feel a connection with your characters they're far more likely to do this.

In this class I'll show you 5 easy steps to creating really loveable characters that your readers will be able to empathise with so that they find themselves willing your characters on to succeed in whatever quest you have set for them.

So enrol now and start creating loveable characters today!

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Anna Kay

Happiness and wellbeing coach

I'm a happiness and wellbeing coach based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

I'm super passionate about helping as many people as possible to love themselves completely and start living their happiest life possible!

Having spent a lot of my life feeling very lost and suffering from severe depression, I thought I was probably just someone who couldn't really be happy.  But a couple of years ago I realised I was the only one in control of my own thoughts and feelings and did a...

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