Striking a Balance Between Action and Emotion In Character Development - video

When developing characters in a story, it is important to keep in mind both the internal and external conflict that is taking place at any given time. This is a basic human touch point. Readers can relate to what's going on inside the character quickly, and it's what connects them to the story. Author Terry Persun warns against focusing too much on one and neglecting the other. He explains why you should switch between internal and external conflict in your writing, which includes helping the...
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