Everyone Is a Hero in His Own Story

Themes:
LiteraryWriting
What:
Discussion Panel
When:
Sunday May 28   06:00 PM to 07:00 PM (1 hour)
Where:
5th Floor - Homeland
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Engaging characters draw the reader's interest and keep him/her interested in following the story all the way through. So how does the author create three dimensional characters that the reader is interested in? Villains and side characters need to be "3D" as well, not just cardboard cutouts or stereotypical toons. How do you "show" motivations and characteristics of your characters without "telling" via biographical essays each time a new character appears?
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