Five Great Quotations about Craft of Writing
Writing Prompt: Observe your thoughts

What are your characters’ motivations?

One of 25 the major problems with early drafts of stories is that the characters’ motivations haven’t yet been fully worked out. Can you identify you characters’ goals and the reasons they want to attain them? Did your characters’ goals change from what was presented in the story’s introduction?

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