This is a sampling of the content in M1-S313 – The Ultimate Character Development Course
How to create a character PROFILE and BACKSTORY
In both works of fiction and non-fiction, characters play a significant role. You are attempting to capture the essence of that individual, including their unique qualities, quirks, and weaknesses. This is what makes your narrative interesting to read. Characters are the aspect that the reader will connect with. And the quality of the writing is often determined by this element. Successful authors know how to make a character in a story memorable to the reader.
In this lesson, we will examine the steps involved in creating a character profile and how to construct a background for your character that will relate them to their current circumstances.
STEP 1. Click the “Download Your PDF Handout Button.” It will redirect you to a new page where you can click the download icon to save this PDF Handout to your computer. Create a folder specifically for saving your ideas and save your PDF template in it.
STEP 2. Open the downloaded PDF handout in a PDF viewer
STEP 3. Save your files in your handout’s ideas computer folder so you can refer to them again and again.
Do you want to learn more now that you’ve tried the sampling? Do you want to learn something new and be able to identify how to get your readers interested in your characters and how to make them unforgettable?
With this course, you’ll get fantastic handbooks such as 175 Character Types, Character Strengths, and Weaknesses. We also cover the emotional triggers that make your character behave in certain ways and what makes a great character for your readers.
M1-S313 The Ultimate Character Development Course
This option may be right for you if you’re looking for a more focused learning experience. Characters are relatable to readers when they show humanity in the way they feel human emotions. The most captivating characters show how they perceive the world as a human would. In this course, you will learn how to create irresistible characters and understand how to use their flaws, character arcs, profiles, backstories, strengths and weaknesses. It will also build your comprehension of the different types of emotional triggers and character types. With 13 lessons, you’ll have the opportunity to learn at your own pace and review the material as many times as you need to fully understand the concepts.
If you buy this course, you’ll be well on your way to acquiring new skills and knowledge in no time!