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Books > Books on Writing Character Development & Plot

Developing characters is central to successful screenwriting, filmmaking, fiction writing, and writing in general. Developing characters in fiction is no easy task, however, learning how to develop characters that the audience can relate to, and be swept away by, will play a large role in determining the success of a writer's storyline. The character development books offered below will help improve the plot development of any writer's work.

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Dialogue by Gloria Kempton
Story Engineering: Mastering the 6 Core Competencies of S... by Larry Brooks
Story Trumps Structure by Steven James
20 Master Plots And How to Build Them by Ronald B. Tobias
Plot Perfect by Paula Munier
45 Master Characters: Mythic Models for Creating Original... by Victoria Lynn Schmidt
The Art of Plotting: How to Add Emotion, Excitement, and ... by Linda J. Cowgill
Beginnings, Middles & Ends by Nancy Kress
Characters & Viewpoint by Orson Scott Card
Description and Setting by Ron Rozelle
Dynamic Characters: How to Create Personalities that Keep... by Nancy Kress
Eight Characters of Comedy: A Guide to Sitcom Acting and ... by Scott Sedita
FilmSkills Screenwriting
Modus Operandi by Joseph R. Paglino, Mauro V. Corvasce, Writer's Digest ...
Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction by Patricia Highsmith