Character Profile Notebook
Knowing what makes a great character is key to writing a good story. Use the questions in this Character Profile Notebook.
Writing a book can be very daunting. So many parts are involved in taking your initial idea and turning it into something you can publish.
Though you’ll write about many different people in your novel, most of them will fall into one of these categories:
- Supporting characters
Knowing what makes a great character is key to writing a good story. But when you’re a beginner and faced with a blank page, I could give you 100 tips, and it would still feel daunting. So let me introduce you to the character questionnaire.
Use the questionnaire for as many characters as possible. (Copy more sheets if necessary.)
Fill it in as follows:
- Section One: All Your Characters. Complete Section One for every character. Should you have an abstract antagonist, try answering as many questions as possible before moving on to Section Four.
- Section Two: Questions for Your Supporting Characters. Complete Section Two for your supporting characters only.
- Section Three: Questions for a Physical Antagonist. Complete Section Three if you have a physical antagonist.
- Section Four: Questions for an Abstract Antagonist. Complete Section Four if you have an abstract antagonist.
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