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Myers-Briggs Personality Test #ThrowbackThursday

It’s #ThrowbackThursday, and we’re in the wayback machine to April, 2017 to learn more about the Myers-Briggs Personality Test The Myers-Briggs Personality Test, officially called Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, developed by Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers, it is a theory that there are sixteen major personality types based on eight factors: Extraversion…

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Character Development – How to write a Villain

Character Development – How to write a Villain Today’s post looks deep into the skill of how to write a villain. Your story contains many elements that are critical: a main character, a plot, settings, etc. One of the most important is the villain or the antagonist. He adds depth and flavor to your story,…

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Your Character’s Appearance

Your Character’s Appearance How do you introduce your character’s appearance? What’s the right way to let your reader know what your character looks like? Have her catch her reflection in a mirror? “Cynthia brushed her flowing blonde hair and wondered if her eyes were more blue-green or green-blue.” Ah, no. The old look in a…

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