By K.M. Weiland
About the Book
Powerful personality Arcs Create robust Stories
Have you written a narrative with an exhilarating proposal and engaging characters—but it simply isn’t grabbing the eye of readers or brokers? It’s time to appear deeper into the tale beats that create sensible and compelling personality arcs. across the world released, award-winning novelist K.M. Weiland stocks her acclaimed technique for reaching memorable and relocating personality arcs in each ebook you write.
By utilising the basis of the Three-Act tale constitution after which delving even deeper into the psychology of practical and dynamic human switch, Weiland bargains a beat-by-beat record of personality arc instructions that flexes to slot any kind of story.
This finished ebook will train you:
- How to figure out which arc—positive, unfavorable, or flat—is correct on your character.
- Why you want to by no means pit plot opposed to personality. as a substitute, the best way to combination tale constitution and personality development.
- How to acknowledge and steer clear of the worst pitfalls of writing novels with out personality arcs.
- How to hack the key to utilizing overarching personality arcs to create striking trilogies and series.
- And a lot more!
Gaining an figuring out of ways to write down personality arcs is a game-changing second in any author’s pursuit of the craft.
Bring your characters to unforgettable and lifelike life—and take your tales from stable to great!
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Additional info for Creating Character Arcs: The Masterful Author’s Guide to Uniting Story Structure, Plot, and Character Development
In some instances, it may start out seeming to be a strength, but as the story progresses, it will become his Achilles heel. Your character may not even realize he has a problem. In the First Act, his understanding of his deficiencies will be vague at best. He may not feel handicapped or even in denial about the Lie until the Inciting Event (at the 12% mark) and/or the First Plot Point (at the 25% mark) rock his world and begin peeling away his defenses. The First Act gives writers the time and space to introduce the Lie and demonstrate the character’s entrenchment in it via his Normal World (which we’ll also address more in Chapter 5).
But festering under the surface, is the Lie. In order for your character to evolve in a positive way, he has to start out with something lacking in his life, some reason that makes the change necessary. He is incomplete in some way, but not because he is lacking something external. A person in a prison camp can still be entirely whole and balanced on the inside, while someone floating in a Malibu mansion’s swimming pool might be one miserable son of a gun. Your character is incomplete on the inside.
M. Weiland shares her acclaimed method for achieving memorable and moving character arcs in every book you write. By applying the foundation of the Three-Act Story Structure and then delving even deeper into the psychology of realistic and dynamic human change, Weiland offers a beat-by-beat checklist of character arc guidelines that flexes to fit any type of story. This comprehensive book will teach you: How to determine which arc—positive, negative, or flat—is right for your character. Why you should NEVER pit plot against character.
Creating Character Arcs: The Masterful Author’s Guide to Uniting Story Structure, Plot, and Character Development by K.M. Weiland