Publisher: Cate Russell-Cole: Artios Communications, Brisbane, Australia
"Creating and Resolving Conflict in Fiction" dissects conflict into its component parts and helps you generate conflict plot-lines and themes, which will add richness and realism to your work. The principles apply to any genre of fiction, or character relationship. It will assist you in creating personality traits and behaviour patterns which make your characters realistic, unique and believable. Topics covered include:A Word of Encouragement for WritersThe Most Important Thing About ConflictHow to Fuel Conflicts and MisunderstandingsWhat Character Traits Go With What Type of Person?Human Behaviour Is All About PatternsUsing Power DynamicsNot Too Easy To Swallow: Avoiding Nauseating ResolutionsMaking or Breaking Character RelationshipsSecrecy and the Death of TrustWhen Do Good Guys Morph Into Foes? ...