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Agatha's Guide to Character Writing

Agatha's Guide to Character Writing

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Fraulein Burstner By AgathaChristieLover Updated Dec 26, 2011

DISCLAIMER: These are just suggestions, you don't have to do them. I just think they may help.

Do you have problems writing characters? Well hopefully this guide's for you. Enjoy exploring the emotional depth and range of your character, stabbing stereotypes in the face and developing realistic characters, not perfect ones.

She_cant_focus She_cant_focus Jun 15, 2014
Thank you for this test! :) I never realized how many stories seem to fail this...
midnightbloodwolf midnightbloodwolf Aug 05, 2013
@EricVarkey @AgathaChristieLover I have a dictionary from the fifth grade.  I use it a lot.  Don't tell my teacher.  ;)
unfledged unfledged Oct 25, 2012
Wow, now that I think of it, it actually makes a lot of sense. A lot of the characters now a days seem unrealistic, and boarding upon obsessed. The media these days....
steviekc steviekc Oct 09, 2012
Many thanks for this. I was not familiar with the Bechdel test although I hope I have always followed its rules.  
                              Sadly, I  think most thrillers and mysteries on Wattpad might also fail the test.
AgathaChristieLover AgathaChristieLover Oct 07, 2012
@MyztikalTearz I agree with that, I feel that when authors write fill in chapters there isn't anything substantial within them
                              @BlurryWords I find them one dimensional and not well written.
AgathaChristieLover AgathaChristieLover Dec 28, 2011
@BatmansxWife :D
                              Thanks for adding it to your library by the way.