Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Believable Characters have Distinct Personalities

Could your characters have more depth? 

Successful filmmakers, playwrights, novelists, and memoirists have been using the Enneagram for years to develop believable characters.

Whether writing about people you know in memoir or using family members, friends, acquaintances or other models for fictional characters, you’ll benefit from deeper understanding of nine different personality patterns with characteristic motivations and growth potential.

I'm Mary Bast, literary journal editor, author, personality expert, and I can help you fine-tune your character descriptions, dialogue, and actions. Read these blog posts, including the links, then contact me at marybast[at]gmail.com. I'll show you how to enhance depiction of your key characters by deepening your understanding of nine very different personality styles.