How to Write Character Arcs

    creating character arcs

    Think it’s enough to write a great character?

    Think again.

    If you’re going to write a story worthy of your amazing character, the first thing you have to do is learn how to write character arcs that resonate with your readers and leave them gasping, cheering, or crying. Or all three!

    “How to write character arcs?” isn’t just any old question for a writer. It’s one of the questions.

    Master the tenets of positive change arcs, flat arcs, and negative change arcs, and you’ll be able to write any story with confidence and skill.

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    About the author

      K.M. Weiland

      Historical and speculative novelist K.M. Weiland is the author of Amazon bestsellers Outlining Your Novel and Structuring Your Novel. She mentors authors on her award-winning website Helping Writers Become Authors.

    • Amar kumar says:

      Hey Weiland,

      Just as in real life, characters on a page change and develop throughout your story. This is natural and should happen. You can write a story without any character development, but those types of stories are usually noted just for that reason – a character’s refusal or inability to learn or respond to the events around them.

      In most cases, character change is gradual and progressive. The changes and development of a character work best in your story’s confines when they seem natural, not from overtly contrived events. Eventually, thanks for sharing your experience with us.

      With best wishes,

      Amar kumar

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