Podcast 7 – Writing a Character Sketch—it’s pretty helpful

cropped-19105813_985180858252368_7228362482009507175_n.jpgToday’s podcast addresses writing a character sketch. It’s your job as the author to know everything there is to know about the characters you are including in your stories. How do you write one and what should you include? Check out today’s podcast to find out!

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Stephanie Verni is Professor of Communication at Stevenson University. She has authored five works of fiction and one academic text on Event Planning. Her character-driven books are typically set in Maryland to showcase the beauty of her state. Connect with her on Instagram at stephanie.verni or on Twitter at @stephverni. Or, visit her Amazon page at Stephanie Verni, Author.

I've been blogging at Steph's Scribe since 2011. Professionally, I'm a writer, author, blogger, and a full-time professor at Stevenson University. Personally, I'm married with two children. My hobbies, which I often blog about, are reading, travel, fashion, movies, and sharing funny family stories or life wisdom. Thanks for checking out my blog.

2 Comments

  • Darius Marley

    Good post, Steph. I especially liked what you said in the podcast about creating characters by taking bits from other people, and mashing them up. It’s one of my favorite ways to develop characters, and I think it also prevents anyone from being able to say “Hey! That jerk is definitely writing about ME!”

    • Steph's Scribe

      Hahaha! You are so right. It’s the ultimate in undercover work. No one needs to really know who a writer uses as inspiration…but it’s always good to throw them off the scent. LOL. Thanks for the comment. I appreciate it!

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