Due to technical difficulties
(I'm behind on my interviews, they're snowed in)
I won't have actor and director ready for a week or so.
But to get us ready, let me ask this:
what do you do to develop your character?
Do you think about his/her family?
Friends? What kind of schooling he had?
Where she lived before today?
WHO ON EARTH ARE THESE PEOPLE?
Would love to hear from you on your preps to get
into the character's head. You've heard
(at least I did when I started writing)
that the character is cardboard.
"You must write plot driven, 'cause
your characters aren't real enough."
OUCH! DID THAT EVER HURT!
So could everyone share a short bit on just one
technique you use to make your characters
other than cookie-cutter people?