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However how do you have to method your feminine characters? That’s the million greenback query … In spite of everything, girls in actual life are advanced, diverse and flawed. Understanding the place to begin in creating three dimensional feminine characters in your story is extraordinarily troublesome.
So … maybe it’s simpler to determine how NOT to jot down feminine characters?
Script editor, novelist and proprietor of the UK’s high screenwriting weblog www.bang2write.com, Lucy V Hay has spent the final fifteen years studying the slush pile. She has discovered to identify the patterns, pitfalls and normal errors writers make when writing feminine characters – and why.
In How Not To Write Feminine Characters, Lucy outlines:
•WHO your character is & how one can keep away from “basic” traps and pitfalls
•WHAT errors writers sometimes make with feminine characters
•WHERE you’ll find nice feminine characters in produced and revealed content material
•WHEN to let go of gender politics and agendas
•WHY feminine characters are extra essential than ever
Lucy is on a mission to enhance your writing, in addition to allow numerous voices and characters to rise to the highest of the spec pile.
REVIEWS FOR LUCY V’S WRITING ADVICE:
‘A well timed information to creating unique characters and reinvigorating drained storylines. ‘
– Debbie Moon, creator and showrunner, Wolfblood (BBC)
‘Lucy V. Hay nails it’
– Stephen Volk, BAFTA-winning screenwriter: Ghostwatch, Afterlife, The Awakening
‘Filled with sensible and inspirational insights’
– Karol Griffiths, growth marketing consultant and script editor, purchasers embrace ITV, BBC, Warner Brothers
‘A top-notch, cutting-edge information to writing and promoting, not simply sensible however inspirational. Lucy’s distinctive voice infuses your entire journey. Fairly good. This is the girl who’ll show you how to make issues occur.’
– Barbara Machin, award-winning author & creator of Waking the Useless
‘Delivers the stirring name to arms that writers should not solely write, however take their work to the subsequent degree themselves, making sacrifices and taking dangers in the event that they need to see their tales on display.’
– Chris Jones, Filmmaker, Screenwriter & Artistic Director on the London Screenwriters Pageant
‘Writing and Promoting Thriller Screenplays is a must-read for any author, producer or director trying to create (or within the course of of making) a thriller manufacturing. It is also immensely helpful for these typically curious concerning the style or trying to study extra.’ – Movie Physician
‘Lucy V Hay explains what a script reader and editor’s position in filmmaking, tells you to work in your ideas and that dialogue is the very last thing to work on in her new e-book.’ – Brit Flicks