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Nine pages of questions and answers regarding what precisely is going on in the creation of characters, settings, plots, threads, etc. and what is going on in the author as he works as well as what needs to go into the crafting of characters' psychology on the page. This pamphlet is the brainchild of an author who has been publishing for over 30 years and has written 50 noNine pages of questions and answers regarding what precisely is going on in the creation of characters, settings, plots, threads, etc. and what is going on in the author as he works as well as what needs to go into the crafting of characters' psychology on the page. This pamphlet is the brainchild of an author who has been publishing for over 30 years and has written 50 novels, nonfiction, and short stories. The author has also taught creative writing for some 30+ years. Hard-won lessons made easier and more palatable for you whether you are a writer, a reader, or somone who wants to know more about how creativity works....

Title : Psychology 101 for Writers & Their Characters
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ISBN : 13496960
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 13 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Psychology 101 for Writers & Their Characters Reviews

  • Matt
    2019-03-23 16:24

    A short, concise book on the psych of both writers and their characters. Sort of useful if you are an author.

  • Graham Downs
    2019-03-30 18:41

    I'd never heard of Robert W. Walker before, and after reading this, I shouldn't be surprised if I never do again.This essay on the psychology of writers and their characters is written to mimicking a Q&A session between the author and some unknown interviewer. Instead, it reads like a dissertation! Not to throw the baby out with the bath water, it contains some sound advice for writers crafting characters, but its so difficult to follow that I fear that advice will be completely missed.The author also takes every opportunity to advertise his novels, but if they're written in the same way as this essay, I don't ever want to read them!

  • James Marsh
    2019-04-18 18:23

    A useful and pragmatic 10 question interview with the author.It delves into the psychology of writers and their characters and what needs to be expressed and balanced in writing.