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Building Emotionally Realistic Characters (Four Dimensional Characterisation Series) Cate Russell-Cole

Building Emotionally Realistic Characters (Four Dimensional Characterisation Series)

Cate Russell-Cole

Published December 6th 2013
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Kindle Edition
55 pages
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 About the Book 

Whether you are writing fiction, memoir, poetry, short stories, plays, screenplays or music, the ability of your work to touch others depends on how they relate to the messages you are conveying. What they see and hear must be something they haveMoreWhether you are writing fiction, memoir, poetry, short stories, plays, screenplays or music, the ability of your work to touch others depends on how they relate to the messages you are conveying. What they see and hear must be something they have encountered and can relate to easily- or it must be shared in another way they can grasp. Often that is done through the only common element every human being has: knowing what emotions feel like.You can read a story about events which have never happened to you, but still laugh or cry over what is occurring with the characters. Why? Because you know what it is to experience pain, joy, fear, rejection, envy, fatigue, laughter, grief, ecstasy or doubt too. This is the magic that makes stories work. The tricky part, is conjuring up the right spell or your reader will not be fooled.This e-book is a full of the incantations you need to bring your characters to life in a way that is emotionally realistic. There are no short cuts to happily ever after endings, which leave your plot line hollow and sounding fake. The book contains introductory level psychology which will give you an insight into how emotions and events weave us together into a whole or hurting person.Chapters include change, motivation, recovering from trauma, post traumatic growth, grief, shock, arrogance and insecurity, escapism, fatal flaws, phobias, shame, violence, suicide prevention, personality types, schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder.