Writer's Guide to Character Traits

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F&W Media, Incorporated, Aug 1, 2009 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 573 pages
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From Sex to Schizophrenia: Everything You Need to Develop Your Characters! What makes a person commit a white-collar crime? Who is a likely candidate to join a cult? Why do children have imaginary friends? How does birth order affect whether or not a person gets married? When does mind over matter become a crippling problem? Writer's Guide to Character Traits, 2nd edition answers all of these questions and many others. With more than 400 easy-to-reference lists of traits blended from a variety of behaviors and influences, you'll gain the knowledge you need.

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Review: The Writer's Guide to Character Traits: Includes Profiles of Human Behaviors and Personality Types

User Review  - Chris Batchelor - Goodreads

This would be a great book if I was a writer. Not only does it give you ideas to use as part of a written characters trait, but what to use to describe the character even further. But since I'm not a writer, I did enjoy paging through it, looking for hints of what to look for when reading a book. Read full review

Review: The Writer's Guide to Character Traits: Includes Profiles of Human Behaviors and Personality Types

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

This would be a great book if I was a writer. Not only does it give you ideas to use as part of a written characters trait, but what to use to describe the character even further. But since I'm not a writer, I did enjoy paging through it, looking for hints of what to look for when reading a book. Read full review

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