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Is Your Book’s Setting A Legitimate Character? By Yvonne Walus

What is a character? Can your book’s setting act as a character in the story? What does that even mean? Characters have morals, personality, emotions and mood swings. They want, they feel, they act. Most of all, they influence and plot. Often, they will also change themselves as the story progresses. How can a setting …
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Finding The Right Character For The Plot by Beth Daniels, aka Beth Henderson, J.B. Dane, Nied Darnell

Ever wonder what a casting director is given to round up actors who “might” be right for a part in a new movie? Some actors are so right, you can’t imagine anyone else playing the part. Tom Selleck was approached to play Indiana Jones but his Magnum P.I. gig didn’t mesh with Spielberg’s shooting schedule. …