Writing Magazine


e’ve all heard of authors who say that their characters have taken over the page. You may have even experienced it yourself. Instead of doing what the author wants, they go rogue and the author has no choice but to go with them. The story, they say, is almost always better for it. But what if our writing puts our characters in a place or situation where they and the writer are at a loss at how to proceed?

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