Episode 14 - Deeds not words

July 27, 2014 00:13:38
Episode 14 - Deeds not words
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Episode 14 - Deeds not words
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It's what your character does, rather than what you say about them, that defines them for the reader. In this episode Andrew talks about how action defines character and gives examples for both heros and villains

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