Putting Pressure on Your Main Character

Just like in life with real people, pressure applied to a character helps illustrate what makes the woman (or man).

Let’s face it: in life we’d prefer less pressure. Yet in a novel, the more we ratchet up the pressure, the more the story rivets us. Here is a fun article on how to do just that. It’s written by James Hull over at ScreenPlay.com.

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