With the advent of the new year, I wanted to unveil my new Writer's Guide to Breaking Character Stereotypes to everyone. I'm really excited about it, as I think it's one of my most informative yet. You can find all my Guides in my newly renovated Therapy Store.
Here's a quick blurb:
All writers want to transcend fictional stereotypes on the page, but this is hard to do without deeper knowledge of the underlying reasons why certain people become walking clichés. In this guide of over 50 pages, The Character Therapist breaks down twelve common stereotypes and gives fresh, innovative background information essential for spicing up fictional depictions. The stereotypes covered are The Victim, The Cynic, The Tomboy, The Geek, The Do-Gooder, The Playboy, The Workaholic, The Neat Freak, The Ditz, The Narcissist, The Doormat, and The Lone Wolf.
This guide is a compilation of previous posts which are no longer available on my site, and it has been expanded and enlarged. You can get your copy here!
Let's AnalyzeWhat stereotypes mentioned might be populating the fiction you've been reading lately?
To be entered in the giveaway, just leave your name and email address in the comment section below! Giveaway will run for one week. Since this is a .pdf, everyone is eligible!