Posted on 03/08/2020 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
C.S. Lakin and many other novelists have seen their writing process begin with the image of one particular character.
As compelling as certain characters may be — such as the faun carrying a parcel and an umbrella through a snowy wood that C.S. Lewis once imagined — they alone are not enough to carry the story.
The premise is what can and will carry your story; Lakin illustrates why this is and how it allows you to expand that image of a character into a powerful protagonist in a recent post at Live Write Thrive.
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