During these times of self-quarantine, many of us are stuck at home (probably watching way too much Netflix, or something like that 😊). So, we thought that this would be an excellent time to learn new things.

We were thinking to put a short course together for you. Asking in the Facebook group which topic would be the most interesting, it turned out that Character Development came out with twice as many votes as the runner up. So, creating memorable characters it is 😊.

 Putting our heads together, we figure that we’ll create about one hour of video training for you, covering:

  • Cast of Characters – understand what archetypes of characters are available and which ones your story needs
  • Why you need to start with character creation and not plot
  • Understanding character motivation and how to develop it
  • Choosing POV characters
  • Character arcs and how to tie them to the story structure

 If that’s something you find interesting, we’re offering a special discount.

 Enroll here: https://ultimatefantasywritersguide.com/register/character-development/ before the 12th of April 2020 and you’ll get the course for only $14,99, instead of $47.

On top of the discount, we’re going to run an exclusive 60 minute live Q&A session (date to be determined) where you can ask any question you want.

Now… we’re only going to create this course is we get at least twenty sign-ups. Less than that, we’ll of course refund your money.

Enroll right away, and don’t forget to spread the word so we get above the threshold of twenty participants.

We promise to get recording as soon as possible with the aim to have this course in your inbox before the end of April 2020.

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