This post dedicated to Susan O. Hall
WRITERS — Here are more PDF’s to print and integrate with your files. I meant to get this posted before now, but township and village business take precedence, Christmas approaches, grandson turns seven, garlic needs planting, and ‘sun chokes’ (Jerusalem artichokes) must be dug, cleaned and stored.
The downloads below provide a system for writers to build fictional characters. Use to breathe life into all characters from minor to major. Again, simple, fast, self-explanatory, effective, and free!
I offer this small suggestion for using the ID-entity Builder system. The sheets use a numbering system to make it easy to add as many blank sheets of ruled paper as you need, to expand each character as much as is wanted. Use the record sheets for the bare-bones info. Expand on ideas taken from the sheets, by writing descriptions that can then be woven in with the scenes and settings in your story, to give the story legs with which to walk on its own into your reader’s imagination.
Also, in the top left-hand corner of the page, is a space to give each character sheet a unique identifier (I use the characters initials). Use to link to your extra sheets, etc. If you already use an outline to guide your stories, the ID-entity builder will fit right in.
ID-entity Builder Set
Coming Next: Places Builder