The damsel in distress days are long gone. Today female characters are self-reliant, strong, and can kickass if need be. They can step into the role of leader and take charge of the situation. However, you don’t want them to become a cliche.
The article below will help you create a strong heroine that is also vulnerable, confident yet flawed. Crafting a complicated, badass, lovable leading lady that will jump off the pages of your story is only a few steps away.
Even if you’re not writing horror, you should know how to write fear. Fear is a universal feeling we all experience and your characters are no exception. To convey fear in your writing, you must first understand it.
What type of fear is being experienced? How does the body react to a certain level of fear? These are concerns that need to be addressed in your words as you write. The article below will explain the types and levels of fear and show you how to relate that to your readers.